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Lachlan McPherson Promoted to Executive CD

Lachlan McPherson Promoted to Executive CD Publicis Mojo Sydney & Auckland

After four years as Creative Director for Publicis Mojo Auckland, Lachlan McPherson has been promoted to Executive Creative Director for Publicis Mojo Sydney and Auckland.

Lachlan will be relocating to Sydney and implementing a regional holistic approach to key trans-Tasman business.

During his tenure at Publicis Mojo Auckland, Lachlan has led the office to number 1 ranking for television at AWARD and has been a key team member in seeing the agency move up the income rankings to now be placed within the top 5 NZ agencies. Last year Lachlan was also ranked as the number 1 creative in New Zealand by Campaign Brief magazine.

Although his focus will be on the Sydney office, New Zealand clients will continue to benefit from Lachlan’s input – and will have the ability to access regional learnings and talent as required.

Andy Lockley, who joined Publicis Mojo in January, will be expanding his role as Auckland office’s CD. A highly awarded creative of international repute, Andy joined Publicis Mojo from HHCL in London, having previously worked at GGT and St Lukes (where he was both a shareholder and board member).

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