Nine appoints Nicki Kenyon as director of Powered

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Kenyon joined Nine in 2020 after holding high-profile roles with Visit Victoria and Visa APAC

Nine has announced the appointment of Nicki Kenyon to lead its full-service creative solutions division Powered with the singular purpose of creating even bigger ideas for clients.

Kenyon has a wealth of experience in senior management roles across the APAC region and has been a Director of Powered Enterprise for the past two years based in Melbourne. 

Kenyon joined Nine in 2020 after holding high-profile roles, including chief marketing officer for Visit Victoria, and previous to that, was vice president of digital & marketing transformation at Visa APAC. She has also held senior roles at MasterCard and Facebook in the region and holds numerous board director positions, including the Australian Grand Prix Corporation.   

Michael Stephenson, Nine’s chief sales officer, said of Kenyon’s appointment: “Sometimes you meet someone and you just know that they are brilliant. That’s how I felt when I first met Nicki at Visit Victoria.” 

“Nicki is one of Australia’s most senior and respected marketers and over the past two years she has changed the conversation that we have with our clients and partners.

“She believes in the power of creativity and big ideas and the importance of marketing as a lever for growth. She understands the language of the boardroom and I know that under her leadership, Powered, our full service creative powerhouse, will go to another level,” Stephenson added.

Kenyon said of her new role: “It’s a privilege to be taking on the role of Director of Powered and leading such an incredibly talented team. Making a difference to our client’s businesses through the amazing big ideas developed by Powered is an opportunity I’m excited to take on.

“My first two years at Nine have been rewarding and inspiring, and I look forward to contributing even more over the coming years,” she added.

Kenyon will begin her new role on November 15.

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