Starting November, Ioana Popa joins Romanian full–service agency Godmother, taking over the coordination of the client service team and being involved, in the same time, in all operational aspects. She will also offer strategic input for Godmother’s projects.
Ioana’s involvement in Godmother’s activity brings a plus of rigor and, in the same time, a different perspective on projects’ approach, considering her experience “on client’s side”. I am convinced that, together, we will continue to make successful projects, maintaining the focus on the know-how, efficiency, creativity and reaction time mix
Managing Director Godmother
Ioana Popa has 11 years of experience in communication and marketing and coordinated integrated campaigns and managed communication budgets for important brands on Romanian market.
Previous to joining Godmother, she was Marketing Officer Wholesale Banking ING Bank, Brand&Communication Manager Millenium Bank and Marketing&Communication Manager IBP Group.
I am very happy to be part of Godmother’s team and I’m not hiding the fact that I wanted such a professional challenge and opportunity. I found inside Godmother a special spirit and a team of professionals, but also a vision convergence – elements I consider fundamental for the success of communication projects, but also for long term partnerships
Godmother is a full-service communication agency founded in 1997, initially under the name Speed Promotion. Starting 2004, it became independent full service agency and, in 2008, it underwent the rebranding following which it became Godmother, adopting the tagline “Professional Hocus-Pocus”. The agency has now in its portfolio clients such as Google Romania, AD Pharma (Arkopharma), Agricover, Forever Living Products, Cyathus Romania, Bioromoil (AutoMat), Sanador, Transfond, Anchor (Mall Vitan and Plaza), Case Utilaje, Perla Nord, Doppel Hertz, Energy Holding, LLP Dinalycs, Siel Invest, Edenred Romania, Life Care, Garrone, Rehau, Midocar, Perfect Tour, Adeplast, AFI Cotroceni, Best Jobs and many others.