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Key Move To WHYBIN\TBWA From M&C Saatchi


Key Move To WHYBIN\TBWA From M&C Saatchi

Whybin TBWA today announced Philip O'Neil as the new General Manager for New Zealand. Prior to this appointment he has been with M&C Saatchi for six years and Managing Director over the last 12 months handling key clients such as ANZ and Tourism.

"We have been in dialogue with Philip for a couple of years now as I always believed he would be a fantastic asset for our business. We are delighted that he has accepted this position with us and it gives us the opportunity to expand and strengthen our management team and provide an even greater depth at a senior account handling level,"said Managing Director of Whybin\TBWA in New Zealand, David Walden.

"I have always had great respect for Whybin\TBWA in New Zealand, the work, the people and the clients and similarly the TBWA\ network internationally," commented Philip O'Neil, "so this is an excellent move for me."

It has not yet been confirmed when Philip will join Whybin\TBWA as he is still finalising his departure with M&C Saatchi.

Whybin\TBWA placed in the Top 10 Best Workplaces in New Zealand in the Unlimited Magazine 2004 Survey.

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