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Thursday, September 27, 2007


According to Publicis Mojo Partner, Paul McElwain, it is business as usual over the next six months until Nick Worthington leaves in March 2008.
McElwain says the agency is sad to see Worthington go, who together with the group, has produced some award winning work for Publicis Mojo over the last three years.
“Nick is a good mate. He’s a lovely bloke and immensely talented. We wish him well. We’ve done great stuff together over the last three years, but now it’s time to move on. So we’re just going to take a bit of time to evaluate what our next steps should be.”
Indicative of the positive mood in the agency is the return of creative heavyweight, Andy Amadeo (pictured) from London, who has been touted as one of the top 5 art directors in the world. He worked for Publicis Mojo in 2006.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Six months? Wow, that's a lifetime in this business. Time for more upheaval between now and then.

4:26 PM NZST

Anonymous housekeeping said...

Sorry but I think he looks just as smug as he did 18 months ago. Why did he leave?

11:25 PM NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought Karl Fleet would have been the obvious choice for the CD role?


9:38 AM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Well someone else has already done it first, so there must be a chance that Karl will.

5:21 PM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

guy denniston 4 cd - now let me hear you chant.

1:40 AM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

guy guy guy

12:44 PM NZDT


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