DDB has appointed Brad Collett as Retail Creative Director in what the agency calls “a bid to continue to hire leading talent and offer world-class creative experience to ultimately help drive sales and business growth for clients”.
Goodoil Sydney has signed Justin McMillan to its directors roster for representation in NZ & Australia. McMillan is an experienced commercials director, whose cv includes branded content and documentaries.
Ogilvy & Mather has appointed two senior people – Anita Waugh and Paul Pritchard – as part of its mission to introduce top-tier talent to its ranks.
Parnell-based engagement agency Campbell + Co has added Skinny Mobile to its portfolio, along with Container Door, St Marks Developments Limited and Auckland Art Fair.
Jennifer Came has joined TRB this month as an account director following a role as agency account manager at Val Morgan Cinema.
Darren Linton has been appointed chief marketing officer of Yellow. He returned home to New Zealand for the role after 16 years in the United Kingdom where he held senior level marketing positions with some of world’s biggest brands.
Gina McKie has joined oOh! NZ as business manager following a role in Microsoft’s digital sales house, Mi9. McKie’s background and experience is predominately in sales with a key focus on delivery and client service.
Napier-based Tracta Advertising (“the heartland agency”) has appointed Mark Lorrigan as creative director, and Kimberley Smyth as senior account manager. Lorrigan joined directly from DDB, and has relocated to Hawkes Bay. At DDB he was retail CD.
Online anytime TV service Lightbox has appointed Andy McCool as its new head of product. McCool who joins from Sky Network Television.
The name’s Blakely, Ross Blakely. He may not have a licence to kill, but new Pond digital agent Ross Blakely most definitely has a license to thrill with his insights into digital recruitment and a stellar line-up of talent.