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Campaign Brief Magazine : CBNAT SEPT 2018
2 CAMPAIGN BRIEF SEPTEMBER 2018 FOR THE RECORD CAMPAIGNBRIEFREVIEW ALL THE CREATIVE NEWS THAT FITS DAILY NEWS @ THE CB BLOG CAMPAIGNBRIEF.COM EMAIL HOTLINE MICHAEL@CAMPAIGNBRIEF.COM Host/Havas chief creative officer Darren Spiller departed the agency after 18 months. Spiller was the agency's first chief creative officer. Spiller joined Host/Havas last year, two months after departing his role as DDB Melbourne CCO. Spiller joined DDB Melbourne in 2012 as ECD, replacing Grant Rutherford, and was promoted to CCO in February 2015, a move which saw a major creative restruc- ture for the agency. During his time at DDB Melbourne, the agency enjoyed a creative resurgence, developing high-profile work for Westpac, Devondale and RSL amongst others. Prior to joining DDB Melbourne, Spiller held the role of CCO at Fallon USA, moving to Minneapolis in June 2009. Before Fallon, he was regional creative director of Publicis Mojo Australia and New Zealand. Says Spiller: “We are approaching the first birthday for Host/Havas and by any measure, it’s been an excellent 12 months. It was always my intention to help deliver the successful integration of Host and Havas Sydney before stepping aside to allow others to take it forward. The agency is in the shape of its life, so now feels like the right time for that to happen. The ECDs are incredibly talented and more than capable of taking the reins, and I wish them all the very best.” Host/Havas has received a long list of creative accolades this year, most notably for the Palau Pledge campaign. It was AWARD Agency of the Year in May and also the recipient of a Black Pencil at D&AD and three Grand Prix at Cannes Lions, including the Titanium Grand Prix. Spiller’s role will not be replaced with his duties being shared amongst the agency's executive cre- ative directors, Seamus Higgins, Ant Melder and Jon Austin. Says Anthony Freedman, chair- man, Havas Group: “I would like to thank Darren for his passion, com- mitment and creativity and wish him every success in whatever adventures lie ahead.” With regards to future roles, Spiller advised that his first priority was to enjoy some well-deserved quality time with his family in Victoria but would be advising of his future plans in due course. (cont. on campaignbrief.com) Host/Havas Australia chief creative officer Darren Spiller departs agency after 18 months Former Droga5 Sydney CEO Sudeep Gohil joins KPMG Australia in head of brand strategy role KPMG Australia has hired former Droga5 Sydney CEO Sudeep Gohil for two key roles: working as part of Customer, Brand and Marketing Advisory (CBMA) business helping clients with brand strategy; and working with the firm, providing strategic guidance to KPMG’s own brand and market positioning. Gohil joins from Publicis Worldwide India where he held the role of managing partner and chief strategy (cont. on campaignbrief.com) Senior creative redundancies at Ogilvy Sydney including ECD Derek Green, CD Russell Smyth and CD of technology Mikey Ford There has been several senior cre- ative redundancies at Ogilvy Sydney, including executive cre- ative director Derek Green (above), creative director Russell Smyth and creative director of technology Mikey Ford. An internationally acclaimed and award-winning creative, Green joined Ogilvy in 2014 from his role as SVP, executive creative director of Cramer Krasselt in Chicago - a role he took on in March 2012. Originally from Sydney, Green earned his stripes working for top tier advertising agencies in the UK, Europe and the US, working on blue chip global brands including P&G, Novartis, Canon, Subaru, Diageo and Heineken to name a few. Says Green: “It’s time for my next big challenge. It’s been a great 3.5 years at Ogilvy Sydney. I am proud to be part of the transformation of Ogilvy Australia with numerous new business wins, a couple of Cannes Lions and recently a Gold APAC Effie and I wish them all the best for the future.” Green can be contacted on: 0412 325 066. Smyth has been at Ogilvy since April 2010 after a career that included The Campaign Palace, where he was CD from 2005 until late 2008 and before that, CD at Batey Redcell. While at The Palace, the highly talented Smyth also co-created the sitcom Chandon Pictures, which aired in Australia and sold to a major US network. Smyth told CB he will freelance for a while and see what’s out there. He can be contacted on: 0414 768 139. With a 16-year career spanning inter- (cont. on campaignbrief.com) Sally Coggle joins Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne from Cotton On in creative director role at Myer Clemenger BBDO Melbourne has appointed Sally Coggle in the role of creative director at Myer, based at the retailer’s head office in Melbourne. Coggle joins from Cotton On Group, where she was a creative consultant for the fashion and retail brand for over three years. During her career, Coggle has held senior positions at Ogilvy, Target Australia, as well as more than a decade at Clemenger Group agency, Clemenger Harvie Edge. Says Stephen de Wolf, executive CD, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne: “We’re (cont. on campaignbrief.com) uncannyvalley.com.au MUSIC + SOUND + TECH
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