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Clemenger BBDO appoints new creative leaders

Clemenger BBDO appoints new creative leaders

6 November 2007 – Clemenger BBDO Wellington has appointed multi-award winning creative Mark Harricks as Creative Director and Paul Nagy as Deputy Creative Director.

Clemenger BBDO CEO Philip Andrew says, “these appointments are about applying our best creative thinking across our entire client list. These guys are among the best advertising creatives I’ve seen in a long career.”

Harricks has been with the agency for four years as Deputy Creative Director. Nagy has been Head of Copy at the agency for the past two years.

Harricks and Nagy’s long list of awards includes the coveted Gold Lion at this year’s Cannes Advertising Festival, the world’s premier showcase of advertising talent. Harricks and Nagy take up their new roles on 1 November.

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