17 June 2014 - 11:27am | posted by | 0 comments

Collective CEO Nick Constantinou departs after two years

Collective CEO Nick Constantinou departs after two yearsCollective CEO Nick Constantinou departs after two years

The CEO of creative agency Collective London, Nick Constantinou, has resigned after a “whirlwind two years” at the company.

Constantinou joined the agency in 2012, having previously served as managing director at McCann Erickson London and general manager at AKQA, and was responsible for delivering Collective’s UK and international growth strategy.

It is understood that Constantinou, who is leaving to “assess a number of exciting opportunities being offered in the marketplace”, will not be replaced, with Collective founders Stephen Barnes and Adam Cleaver taking on more of a leadership role.

Cleaver commented: “We would like to warmly thank Nick for his leadership and hard work in expanding our client portfolio and raising our profile in the industry. We wish him all the best for the future."

Also this week, Collective appointed Dominic Woolfe as director of sales.

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