Eulogy enhances leadership team

Eulogy has promoted Lucie Kaye to head of consumer, who takes over from Scot Devine, who is in a new cross-agency role as brand and innovation director.

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Lucie Kaye and Scot Devine

Kaye has been at Eulogy for six years, most recently as an associate director. She will now sit on Eulogy’s Operating Board, with responsibility for helping to build the team’s specialisms in food and drink, financial services, travel and entertainment.

In turn, Devine, as brand and innovation director, has a brief to drive strategic innovation across paid, earned, shared and owned media.

He joined Eulogy in January 2015 from Brands2Life, where he was director of engagement, working with clients including Nissan, Sony Europe, JUST EAT and Capri-Sun.

Before Brands2Life, he headed up consumer brands at Cohn & Wolfe and Weber Shandwick.

Elisabeth Field, Eulogy’s MD, said: “We are experiencing a sustained period of significant growth, built on the back of Eulogy’s 20 years in the industry. As our business grows, so too does our ambition and we have exciting plans to ensure we grab the opportunity that the emerging, fragmented communications industry provides integrated, independent agencies like Eulogy. Lucie and Scot are in prime positions to help steer our next phase of growth.”

Eulogy’s senior leadership team consists of Phil Borge, director, head of business services; Lucie Kaye, director, head of consumer; Scot Devine, brand and innovation director; Sara Beirne, director, head of digital, Elisabeth Field, MD; and Adrian Brady, chief executive and founder.

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