Venntifact names Jakub Drhlik as Director of Consulting

04 June 2019 Consultancy.com.au

Having served Deloitte Digital for nearly four years in Sydney, Jakub Drhlik has left the Big Four agency to join Venntifact, where he has been appointed Director of Consulting.

Commenting on Drhlik’s appointment, Joey Nguyen, Director of Technology & Enablement at Venntifact, described Jakub as “one of a kind,” adding “His appointment is very exciting because I know what he’s capable of, and I get to see his consulting chops in action.” 

Launched last year by co-founders Steven Hann, Damon Etherington and Joey Nguyen, Venntifact is a marketing and data agency specialised in customer experience and marketing technology. 

In his new role at the Sydney-based firm, Drhlik has been tasked with growing its consultancy practice. “Having Jakub on our team allows us to scale in multiple areas: pre-sales, solutions architecture, project delivery, strategy and more, as well as adding another highly experienced trainer to the education side of Venntifact. I’m looking forward to tapping into Jakub’s experience with practice building to take our consulting team to the next level.” 

Venntifact names Jakub Drhlik as Director of Consulting

As an advisor, Drhlik will “provide senior strategic oversight for the company’s marketing technology clients,” said Nguyen. Clients that sit on Venntifact’s roster include the likes of Network 10, Virgin Australia and Xero. 

At Deloitte, Drhlik latterly served as a Director, and co-led a team of 50+ practitioners responsible for marketing cloud strategy & implementation. Before that, he gained extensive experience in marketing cloud solutions, across architecture and implementation. Earlier in his career, Drhlik worked for 2DataFish, and held data analyst roles at Insights Analyst and Cirrus Media, a B2B content marketing agency formerly known as RBI. 

Venntifact’s new Director of Consulting looks forward to the coming months. “I’m thrilled to be joining the team at Venntifact during this exciting time… and I’m very much looking forward to helping them grow even further. The problems we’re solving at Venntifact are constantly evolving, and the speed we’re all running at is one of the best parts about being here.”

In other recent appointments in consulting’s marketing realm, KPMG named Jarther Taylor as head of its marketing unit for Australia.


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