Matthew Melhuish – CEO, Enero Group – From curious mind to global citizen to founder of the Agency-of-the-Decade and beyond.
Matthew is CEO & Executive Director of the Enero Group, a role he has held since 2012. Enero is a marketing services group headquartered in Australia with more than 600 people working across 15 cities around the world. In this episode of the Human Potential Podcast, Series Two, Matthew talks with our host, Oliver Freer, about the power and magic of written plans, the importance of adaptability and he gives us the key recommendations for creating and running a highly successful services business.
More about Matthew Melhuish
Matthew has over 25 years of experience in the advertising and marketing sector and has worked across most categories within it. He is a founding partner of highly awarded creative agency BMF and was CEO of BMF for 15 years, from start-up to the company being named ‘Agency of the Decade’.
Matthew is a well-respected leader in the Australian marketing industry. He has been Chairman of the Advertising Federation of Australia (peak industry body) for two years and was Chairman of the EFFIE Advertising Effectiveness Awards and the previous AFA Effectiveness Awards for a combined total of ten years.
Matthew is a Board Member of the Sydney Festival, a major performing arts festival in Sydney typically attracting an audience of over 500,000 each year, a role he has held for the last seven years and he was a Board Member of the International medical aid charity Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF Australia) for 10 years.
Matthew is known within the industry as a strong and supportive leader able to build diverse teams that deliver excellent outcomes for Clients. His personal goal is to assemble talented people around him and give them the tools and support needed to unlock their true potential.
Matthew has an international mindset and has lived in Australia, USA, UK, New Zealand, India, the Solomon Islands and South Korea and brings a unique perspective to his work.