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An Entertainment Marketing and Business Development specialist with over ten years experience leading strategy for Network Ten, Sony Music, Universal Music, Foxtel Music Channels and EMI Music.
Since joining Secret Sounds Connect Nicole has delivered innovative partnership campaign alignments to Splendour In The Grass, The Falls Festival, Southbound Festival, Laneway Festival, Listen Out, Harbourlife and Field Day, for brands wishing to access mass millennial audiences including Topshop, Pandora Radio, Adidas, Foxtel, Tumblr and more.
Katrina Norton-Knight is the Head of Brand Partnerships and Channels Advertising for BBC Worldwide ANZ. She is a media sales professional with considerable experience selling broadcast, digital, experiential and integrated sponsorship campaigns. Over the past 11 years, working in Sydney and London, Katrina has built up extensive knowledge in brand partnerships, sponsorship integration and multi-platform advertising campaigns.
As Head of Brand Partnerships and Channels Advertising she is responsible for maximising advertising revenue for BBC Worldwide ANZ on our STV Channels and associated digital platforms, as well leading cross-departmental brand partnership development and profitable sponsorship sales of BBCW Events and IP in Australia and New Zealand.
JP has been in the communications game for +20 years and is currently the Executive Creative Director at AKQA. JP is also the owner and publisher of cult fashion publication Oyster Magazine.
During 2014, JP started directing ads and short films under the banner of The Juicy Club. JP’s latest feature film project, Scattered, recently received development funding from Screen NSW.
JP has a Master of Business from Sydney University.
Janine Collins consults to business, non-profits and government. She is the Principal of j9ccc and specialises in creating investment opportunities, connecting business, government and philanthropists and advising organisations on the development of new revenue streams.
Her recent clients include AIATSIS, Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Penrith City Council, Biennale of Sydney, National Institute of Circus Arts, International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies and Creative Partnerships Australia.
She has led Development teams at Sydney Dance Company, Sydney Writers Festival and Belvoir St Theatre where she created award winning business partnership models.
Prior to this, Janine held executive roles and consulted to government and the private sector on international partnerships and marketing in education and training. Her achievements in the the sector were recognised in BRW Magazine’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Small Businesses for two consecutive years.
Janine is a Board member of contemporary arts companies Urban Theatre Projects and Performance Space.