Ellie Angell

Ellie Angell

Business Director – Australia/NZ

Ellie is a seasoned veteran of both agencies and consultancy in several markets around the world.

Ellie joined TrinityP3 in 2014 after a 15 year career in media agencies spanning the UK and Australasia. Between 2019 and 2021 Ellie returned to agency life as the APAC Chief Commercial Officer at Havas Group, during which she was involved in various aspects of agency business, development of diversified agency services, development of commercial contracts, new business acquisition, internal training and senior leadership.

In her consultancy career, Ellie has advised clients and client teams regarding agency procurement, roster alignment, commercial structure, performance and relationship management. She has worked closely with numerous disciplines including Marketing, C-Suite, Finance, Sales and Procurement.

Ellie’s expertise in client relationship building and consultation has earned her numerous awards and recognition from the clients and agencies she’s worked with. She is a passionate believer in the development of trust-built partnerships between marketers and their agencies and the benefits that approach brings to marketing results and to the integrity of both agency and client business.

Ellie brings her broader commercial and relationship expertise to bear on a diverse range of projects, with one core objective – achieving beneficial results for our clients – in mind.

As a trans woman, Ellie is also passionate about diversity, equality and inclusion in the workplace, and in our industry as a whole.

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