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Exciting news from Omobono Chicago!

We are pleased to announce a number promotions and hires to facilitate the continued growth of Omobono in the US for 2017 and beyond.

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Just a little over 2 years since opening in Chicago, we’ve moved from our small office in the Loop to our current 5,000 ft2 home at 325 W Huron in River North. With that comes an increase in the need for top talent to deliver what our clients need now and in the future.

“Omobono is proud to be a workplace that encourages professional development for those with potential and a passion for the company and the work we do.” said Omobono Chicago’s Managing Director Tom Kelly.

Alexa Dogterom – Business Development Manager
Alexa has transitioned from our Project Management team into a Business Development role. With a natural gift for building long-term relationships, she will be responsible for identifying the best opportunities for our team to deliver award winning work for new clients.

Hannah Evans – Account Director
Hannah was one of our first hires in the US and has led the delivery of a number of key projects for clients including JLL, Motorola Solutions and SAP Fieldglass. In her new role, she’ll be responsible for leading key client relationships, ensuring the team delivers work that accurately reflects our clients’ vision.

Charlie Weston – UX Strategist
We’ve had a growing need across the organisation globally to build out our UX team further. To address that, Charlie is moving into a more UX-focused role to help deliver on our clients’ growing need for UX expertise.

New Hires

Ariel Sinha – Project Manager
Ariel joins us from Bailey Laurmen and brings 5+ years of experience in delivery of a range of digital products, apps and services—adding a wonderful new dimension to our existing Project Delivery team. Outside of work, Ariel has interests in both musical performance and comedy.

Andrew Jerome – Creative Designer
Andrew is the latest addition to our growing creative team, having recently moved from Seattle—where he worked with a range of design agencies. He specialises in Human Centered Design along with a range of more traditional creative interests, including ceramics and woodworking.