SapientNitro London hires Mark Hunter as ECD


By Stephen Lepitak | -

June 25, 2014 | 2 min read

SapientNitro has hired former chief creative officer at Deutsch LA, Mark Hunter to take on the role of vice president and executive creative director for London.

Hunter, a former executive creative director at both Havas London and TBWA\London, has been working with SapientNitro on a number of special projects since February, which included winning the integrated advertising account for Let There Be Beer.

“SapientNitro is a hugely successful, hugely driven company that bring skills and expertise to the table most agencies can’t. There is no limit to their ambitions and I’m excited about helping SapientNitro to try to realize them," commented Hunter.

Meanwhile, Gaston Legorburu, senior vice president & worldwide chief creative officer, added: “We are so excited about this latest addition to our creative leadership team. Mark has an outstanding creative pedigree and has worked both in London and abroad on some of the world’s leading brands – but most importantly he has incredible energy for the work. I look forward to seeing what the injection of his talents will do to further raise the creative output for our clients.”

The agency's vice president and chief creative officer for Europe, Malcolm Poynton, will continue in post SapientNitro has said.

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SapientNitro, part of Sapient, is an integrated marketing and technology services firm. We create and engineer highly relevant experiences that accelerate business growth and fuel brand advocacy for our clients. By combining multi-channel marketing, multi-channel commerce and the technology that binds them, we influence customer behaviour across the spectrum of content, communication and commerce channels resulting in deeper, more meaningful relationships between customers and brands. SapientNitro services global leaders such as Chrysler, Citi, The Coca- Cola Company, Singapore Airlines, Target and Vodafone through our operations in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. For more information, visit our website or follow us on Twitter.

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