HarperFiction promotes Shea and Clarke



HarperFiction has announced two promotions to its marketing team with Sarah Shea and Fleur Clarke both of which are escalating.

Shea (photo above) changed from fiction marketing manager to deputy marketing manager with immediate effect. HarperFiction said that since joining the team in 2016, Shea has worked on a “stellar line of remarkable success” from the first outings. Eleanor Oliphant is absolutely fine, The binding and Girl A, to Karin Slaughter, Kimberley Chambers and Fern Britton, which has earned her several Book Marketing Society awards, including Marketing Strategy of the Year in 2018. She will continue to report to Hannah O’Brien, Senior Director of Marketing.

Clarke (photo on the right) will assume the new role of Brand and Creative Marketing Manager. In her new role, she will focus on working with the team to “deliver an even higher level of creative execution” as well as Voyager’s marketing strategy, corporate estates posting and key releases. campaign. She will continue to report to O’Brien. In addition to her work with the marketing team, she will be working on selected brands for executive editor Kimberley Young.

HarperFiction said its marketing team has “grown” in recent years and is making the changes “both in recognition of this success and to help fuel its ambitious future growth plans.”

O’Brien said, “Sarah and Fleur are two of the most talented marketers I have had the pleasure of working with. award-winning campaigns! I look forward to seeing them both grow into their new roles and am extremely excited about the added value these changes will bring to the marketing team and the division. “

Young added, “As the HarperFiction division continues to grow and deliver bestsellers across impressions and the overall roster, the vision remains the same – that HarperFiction keep the brightest talent in-house to ensure that we deliver best-in-class for our writers and editors. The marketing team, led by Hannah and with these two promotions for Sarah and Fleur, will ensure that marketing continues to be innovative and bold. “



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