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New Account Director at TBWA\PR


New Account Director at TBWA\PR

Wednesday, Dec 06 2006: David Walden, Group CEO for TBWA\Whybin today announced the appointment of Paul Gunn, as Account Director for the PR division of the agency, TBWA\PR.

Gunn will be responsible for servicing the PR requirements of one of the most high profile consumer entertainment accounts in the country, Sony Computer Entertainment. He brings with him a wealth of experience in creating and delivering extensive marketing communications campaigns both locally and in the UK.

He joins TBWA\PR from a recent stint with Text 100, where he worked on the Microsoft account. He has also held senior positions with Spark PR, where he worked on Vodafone and ANZ, and spent several years in the UK working for blue-chip brands such as Barclaycard and Jameson Irish Whiskey.

"We're thrilled to have Paul joining us. He'll be a brilliant addition to the TBWA\PR team, which has experienced rapid growth since its formation in April earlier this year," he says.

"The team has now grown to five and already accumulated a string of new business wins. With Paul's strategic insight and experience they're in great shape for continued success in 2007," he says.


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