29 November 2018

Rhi and Neneh Named on Transform’s Young Contenders List

Woop woop! Synergy’s Rhiannon Stroud and Neneh Hurley have both won a place on the hotly anticipated Transform Young Contenders List for 2018.

The list is a pretty big deal – it identifies the next generation of strategic, creative and innovative brand specialists, and celebrates the young people who are shaping the branding industry of tomorrow.

The awards attract entrants from across Europe, so we’re all feeling super-proud that two of Synergy’s own were included: our Account Direct Neneh and our Strategy Lead Rhiannon – have been behind some of our most impactful and awarded work to date.

Neneh said: “Wow! It’s such an honour to be on the list alongside some clearly very talented people. Synergy’s given me so many opportunities to work on amazing campaigns and with fantastic clients – it really feels like we’re at the cutting-edge of our industry.”


We’d have also asked Rhi how she feels, but she’s off swanning around on her honeymoon, so that’ll have to wait!

According to Transform, those named on its Young Contenders List are the best and brightest and will be crucial to the success of the branding industry in the years to come. So watch this space to see what Neneh and Rhiannon do next…


You can see the full list of winners here.

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