Alex Morrisroe has been appointed as head of client services at Smart Live, following 12 years in the same role at Concerto Live. He will be responsible for expanding the agency’s client base, which currently includes Pizza Express and Danone.
Max Fellows has been appointed the head of client services at Concerto Live. He was previously at TBA where he spent three years in a business development and client relationship role.
Oliver Burgoyne stepped down from his role as client services director at House of Experience at the end of last month. Details on his next move have not been revealed yet, however he has left to "explore other ventures".
Devries Slam recently announced two senior promotions, with Helena Bloomer moving to the role of regional managing director, Europe and Gemma Chaldecott appointed as deputy managing director, UK. Bloomer will be responsible for developing the agency’s growth and capabilities across Europe, while Chaldecott will oversee the day-to-day operations at Devries Slam’s UK office.
Last month saw Callum Gill promoted to the newly created role of head of client insight and innovation at Drp. He was previously marketing manager at Drp and has worked in various roles for the agency over the past six years. Gill is to work across each of the agency’s divisions, and will be looking to capitalise on the collective knowledge that is held within the business.
Lizzie Carver has joined Avantgarde as client services director, following her departure from MCM at the end of last year. She will be responsible for leading the agency’s client servicing team across a portfolio of global clients, including Samsung and Porsche.
Simon Moore has returned to Havas SE Cake as its creative director, following three years as creative director at Mischief PR. He will be responsible for leading creative output across all of the agency’s clients, including Coca-Cola, Virgin Atlantic and Carling.
Michael Kort has joined the EMEA arm of global agency Invnt as its senior creative director. He joins from the company’s headquarters in New York, with the move forming part of the company’s global expansion plans.
A number of new appointments have been made at Momentum Worldwide since the beginning of the year. Luke D’Arcy was promoted to the role of president, UK in January, and heads up the agency's London and Manchester offices. In February the agency also revealed that Mike Kettles had been named as its UK creative director, joining from experiential agency A Little Bird.
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