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New Operations Director for .99

25th March 2011

New Operations Director for .99

Retail agency .99 has lured Craig McCann across the Tasman to take up the role of Operations Director.

Prior to joining .99 Craig was Operations Director with award-winning* independent agency Three Drunk Monkeys and before that Operations Director and Company Director for Clemenger BBDO Sydney.

Craig will oversee the agency's significant internal production capability including retouching/pre-press, online tools/artwork automation, digital photography, TV post production/motion graphics and audio.

CEO Neil Livingstone says Craig will focus on future development to deliver new systems technologies, revenue streams and ongoing refinement of the production service offering for the future.

"The agency has experienced massive growth over the past nine years, and having a broad range of production services based within the agency is a key part of our offer to clients. Craig has managed press, studio, broadcast, editing, digital and more which makes him pretty unique. We are pleased to have someone with such a skill set to oversee and develop our operations and processes to ensure we remain world-class."

Commenting on his appointment Craig said, "I'm looking forward to the opportunity ahead at .99 and thrilled to be part of the team that continues the agency's unprecedented growth and success. After spending time with Neil, Craig and Jarad it was clear we had a lot a common because like them I am passionate about finding new ways to help deliver great work. I can't wait to get started."

Craig's appointment follows two other recent senior appointments at .99 including Paul Hankinson to creative director, and Nic Hall to deputy creative director.

Craig will join .99 on May 1st 2011.


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