Bo Djogo appointed director of business development at Squeak E. Clean Studios
March 8, 2022

Bo Djogo appointed director of business development at Squeak E. Clean Studios

NEW YORK CITY — Squeak E. Clean Studios, the global creative audio network, has added Bojana (Bo) Djogo as director of business development, North America. She has built a career on the forefront of nontraditional media, with over a decade of experience as an agency producer, working with brands such as Facebook, Rovio Entertainment, Prudential, ONE Foundation, Target, MailChimp and JPMorgan Chase. As a diehard music fan, she relishes the opportunity to collaborate on music-driven experiences, and has worked with a host of artists over the years.

Djogo helped produce an interactive 'Venting’ Machine in Times Square for the Angry Birds 10-year anniversary, as well as supported David Blaine in a test of endurance for Intel. She has also teamed up with renowned immersive theater company Punchdrunk to build an immersive pop-up theater piece/masked dance party in Miami.

"We wanted to step away from bringing on someone with a traditional sales background for this role, and look for someone with a progressive mind for creative strategy and a deep understanding of the opportunities that exist with emerging platforms," explains Squeak E. Clean Studios’ managing director Hamish Macdonald. "Not only does Bo have an impressive background in producing nontraditional projects, but she understands the transformative power of music and sound for immersive brand experiences and creative challenges. We're thrilled to have her join the team!"

“The team at Squeak E. Clean is at the top of their game when it comes to approaching audio creatively,” adds Djogo. “Two things struck me immediately: the caliber of talent across Squeak E.’s roster, and the team’s passion for their craft. I’m very excited to be coming on board to connect the dots and identify new partners and clients adventurous enough to explore sonic frontiers with us. There are endless new opportunities for brands to engage with their audiences in more interactive ways and creatively considering sound, meaning defining sonic strategy, differentiates those brands intentional enough to do so.”