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nFusion Elevates Poage To VP, Group Account Director


Record of results and relationships earns Poage new role as VP, group account director for growing Austin-based digital-centric marketing agency.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

Digital-centric marketing agency nFusion recently promoted Charity Poage to vice president, group account director. Poage's success leading the agency's largest client has helped develop the agency's approach to client service in the converged media era.

“For successful marketers to catalyze change within their organizations, they need a knowledgeable and agile strategic partner,” says nFusion CEO John Ellett. “Charity has proven time and time again to be that trusted ally.”

Poage joined nFusion in 2006 as an account manager servicing Toshiba. Since, she has expanded the agency's relationships with Samsung Enterprise Business Division, Home Entertainment and Home Appliances. Her team's campaigns have been recognized nationally by the Business Marketing Association's ACE Awards and the National ADDY Awards.

Poage will lead the client services department and will have an active role on all nFusion client work. Prior to nFusion, Poage worked at Hewlett-Packard, IBM and PwC.

As the agency grows, nFusion continues to seek inspiring people to collaborate on inspiring work.

For more information on open positions, please see nFusion's career page.

About nFusion
nFusion is a digital-centric marketing agency that partners with marketing change agents to revitalize brands, transform a company's digital presence and accelerate sales. With an agile and collaborative approach, nFusion's team of multi-disciplinary specialists helps brands maximize the effectiveness of paid, owned and earned media, so marketers can make an immediate and measurable impact. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, nFusion's B2B and B2C clients include AMD, CiCi's Pizza, Comerica Bank, Rush Enterprises, Samsung, Sonus Networks and Zimmer Spine. nFusion can be found online at and on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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