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Hearst UK announces Joanne O'Hara as Head of Homes in the Commercial Client team

By Sorcha Mondon

4 Oct 2021

Joanne will be responsible for driving revenues across t Hearst UK's home sector

Hearst UK announced today the appointment of Joanne O’Hara as Head of Homes in the commercial Client team.

Joanne will be responsible for driving revenues for Hearst UK across the Homes sector in a wide range of channels including Hearst’s digital, creative solutions, print, performance, event and content offerings across brands including ELLE Decoration, Country Living, House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, and Red.

Joanne joins Hearst UK with a huge wealth of experience in the Homes market having worked for Future, Time Inc and TI Media on some of their biggest homes launches over the past ten years, as well as being responsible for their driving overall commercial revenues across all of their Homes platforms.

With her extensive industry knowledge and consummate understanding of the Homes consumer base, Joanne will develop 360-degree partnerships with new clients at Hearst and deepen relationships with Hearst’s existing clients such as DFS, Homebase, Neptune and Sanderson Design Group.

Joanne O’Hara, Head of Homes, Hearst UK commented: “I have worked in the homes market for over 15 years and have always greatly admired the Hearst UK homes brands. I look forward to using my experience to unlock new opportunities, and to build on the great work already happening at Hearst UK in this exciting sector.”

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