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Wayne Brown joins Grey POSSIBLE as managing director


By Gillian West, Social media manager

March 14, 2013 | 2 min read

Glue ISOBAR MD Wayne Brown has been named as the new managing director of Grey POSSIBLE, the joint venture created by Grey London and digital agency POSSIBLE.

Brown will take up the role in the summer and replaces Craig Morgan, who joined Google last month, as MD he will report to Grey London CEO, Chris Hirst.

Of the appointment Hirst commented: “I’ve known Wayne for a long time and I’m delighted we’ve now got the perfect role for him and the perfect addition to our team.”

As MD of glue ISOBAR Brown currently oversees the Toyota, Kellogg and Auto Trader accounts. He was promoted to the role of MD in 2011 and joined glue London, as it was then known, over six years ago as client services director from client side at Sara Lee where he was marketing manager for the £18 million NSV Brylcreem brand.

Brown has also held roles with TBWA\London and Lowe Howard-Spink.

“Grey London is a fantastic agency with undeniable momentum and a hugely ambitious team. I was equally impressed with the strength in depth of specialist talent within POSSIBLE. So bringing this together, in this innovative joint venture - Grey POSSIBLE - was an opportunity that was too good to turn down,” added Brown.

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