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Tamsin Davies to join Droga5 Europe as strategist

By Gregor Cubie |

October 9, 2013 | 2 min read

Droga5, the independent advertising network, has appointed former Fallon executive Tamsin Davies as a strategist, as it attempts to corner the European market.

Davies has previously worked at Fallon London as a planner and later head of innovation, leading accounts for BT, The Economist, BBC, Sony, Skoda, Orange, Innocent Drinks and Cadbury, including for 2008's celebrated 'Gorilla ad'.

Davies said: “I'm thrilled to be joining the already stellar line up at Droga5 Europe and can't wait to see what we’ll achieve in this new market."

Droga5 Europe CEO Kevin Dundas added: “Tamsin has an enviable track record of great agencies, brands and work. She brings a wealth of experience to the mix. Strategy is obviously key to our work and our future and we are fortunate to have attracted another elite strategist.”

Droga5, whose clients include Spotify, Diet Coke, Unicef and the UN, is renowned for its unorthodox approach to advertising, with the company's first campaign based around a hoax viral video of a group of street artists tagging Air Force One with the words "still free".

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