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Robson Brown MD Andrew Marwick to 'pursue other interests'


By The Drum Team | Staff Writer

September 6, 2011 | 2 min read

Andrew Marwick, managing director of Robson Brown, is to leave the agency after seven years in charge.

Marwick oversaw the business after it was acquired by US company Round2, and then attempted to acquire it following its administration by the same company, only to be retained as managing director when its was eventually bought by ThinkBDW at the beginning of 2011.

The agency has been considering its future core strategy since coming under the ownership of ThinkBDW, which seems to have a focus on developing a stronger digital offering, as well as generating new business.

Robert Day, CEO of ThinkBDW, commented: “We have been very successful on this front which is a testament to the team, bringing in business worth over £1m in the first two quarters and Andrew has been a strong force is setting the business strategy and goals.

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“We have a strong management team who will continue to take the business forward. The team will look to deliver the ambitious growth plans over the next few years,” concluded Day.

It is said that Marwick will leave the agency ‘to pursue other interests’.


The agency will not replace Marwick it has been confirmed, with the management team taking control going forward.


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