KT2 Welcomes New Creative Director to the Team

10 months ago

An experienced content strategist and marketer has been hired to accelerate growth and innovation

KT2 has announced the appointment of a new Creative Director to help accelerate growth at the agency.

Emile Kronfli has been welcomed by the newly established KT2 (sister to award-winning technology PR agency Wildfire) focuses on content marketing for B2B technology brands. And with over 14 years of experience under his belt, Emile will be spearheading the growth and development of the agency.

Emile brings a wealth of industry knowledge and creativity to his role, having successfully led projects at Metia, Velocity and Quotient. He has worked alongside some huge clients such as Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Salesforce, Dell Technologies, and Google, providing them with expertise in everything from FMCG promotions to B2B tech.

Emile’s experience and vision align perfectly with our values and aspirations as we continue to expand

Debby Penton

Emile joins KT2 off the back of his role at Metia, where he headed up the EMEA Dell Technologies team and the Google Cloud programme for the UK and Nordics. In this role he oversaw the production of a catalogue of impactful videos and marketing content. 

While previously working at Velocity Partners, Emile headed up the Salesforce customer success programme for EMEA, playing a pivotal role in the production of the Salesforce Live Switzerland video series that bucked the industry’s trend during the pandemic of hosting tedious, undersubscribed webinars. 

Debby Penton, CEO of Wildfire and MD of KT2 said: “Emile’s appointment comes at a critical point as KT2 sets its sights on an ambitious growth trajectory. His experience and vision align perfectly with our values and aspirations as we continue to expand our content service proposition to help clients deliver compelling content marketing campaigns that connect with target audiences.”

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