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Paolo Nieddu quits role as Holler UK managing partner to join AnalogFolk

Holler UK has announced that its managing partner, Paolo Nieddu, is to quit the agency in order to take on an equivalent role at AnalogFolk overseeing its growing editorial content division.

The move comes as the Leo Burnet Group owned agency re-jigs its creative offering and hires new staff; including JWT creative director Chris Jones and Bandit co-founder Rob Scotland.

Holler co-founder James Kirkham said: “I tell you what I like - people who have overflowing energy, who inspire you in a single conversation, who have entrepreneurism in their bones and bundles of ‘can do’ attitude. That’s Rob and Chris all over and they are going to make a monster impact.”

Nieddu joined Holler back in 2009 as senior planner before being promoted to head of planning and ultimately to managing partner in January of this year.

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