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Expanded CAANZ Board Brings New Strength at Top


Expanded CAANZ Board Brings New Strength at the Top

The Executive Board of the Communications Agencies Association (CAANZ) has been expanded to include three new members.

The newcomers to the Board are Sharon Henderson, CEO of Aim Proximity, Ross Goldsack, Executive Chairman of Y & R and Philip O’Neill the M D of M & C Saatchi.

The CAANZ Board made the decision to increase its numbers because of the considerable expansion of functions and services that’s under way within of the organisation and to get a broader representation of communications companies within its ranks.

CAANZ President, Andrew Stone, says the new Board members will offer valuable new insights and opinions about the direction of the organisation.

“They bring a wealth of experience to the table – they’re all people who run very successful agencies that provide communications support for some of the country’s biggest advertisers,” he said. The three new Board members join current Board members –

Andrew Stone, President (Saatchi and Saatchi) Martin O’Halloran – Vice President (DDB) David Walden – Vice President (Whybin TBWA) Rob Tillotson – Colenso BBDO Daniel Barnes – barnes advertising Terry King – Blackwood, King and Lamb Peter Biggs – Clemenger BBDO

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