Hirons Adds Programming Heavyweight to Digital Team

Hirons, an Indianapolis-based advertising, public relations and digital agency, has hired Matt Dennis, who will serve as director of digital and development for the firm’s digital department.

Matt Dennis


Dennis brings nearly 20 years of digital development and management experience to the Hirons team, having worked in multiple agency environments. He has contributed to everything from microsite initiatives for local retailers to comprehensive multi-channel digital campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, executing landing pages, digital banners, rich media, email and social media campaigns, apps and videos for clients.

Most recently, Dennis served as senior digital developer for Miller Brooks, where he was responsible for the strategic planning and execution of digital programs for 10 clients. His previous clients include Eli Lilly and Company, Delta Faucet, Ivy Tech, Whirlpool, Leviton and Things Remembered.

“Matt’s ability to incorporate innovative new technologies without losing sight of overall business goals makes him an invaluable member of our team,” said Rose Durbin, senior vice president and media director.

In his role at Hirons, Dennis will develop digital strategies, including website development, search engine optimization, email marketing and social media for various clients.

For information about current career opportunities, visit hirons.com/careers.


About Hirons

Hirons, an award-winning advertising, public relations and digital communications firm based in Indianapolis, has been concepting, designing and distributing some of the state’s most widely recognized advertising campaigns since 1978. An established provider of bold and innovative communications solutions, Hirons’ research-based approach starts by first establishing the problem at hand and then tailoring our services to best fit our clients’ needs. With clients in both the commercial and government sectors, Hirons is leading efforts to spread both digital and traditional messages across the state of Indiana and beyond.