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Former M&S head of design joins Landor as ECD London

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By Natalie Mortimer | N/A

January 23, 2017 | 3 min read

The former head of design and production at Marks & Spencer, Richard Jones, has been appointed by brand consulting and design agency Landor as executive creative director in London.

Richard Jones

Richard Jones

In the role he oversees all creative output at Landor’s London office. His nearly 30 years’ experience in design and branding has seen Jones work across a diverse range of brands including Vodafone, Gilette, P&G, Unilever, Chevrolet.

Commenting on his new position, Jones said: “It’s a huge privilege to take on the creative leadership of Landor London. There are few brand agencies in the world with as big and proven reputation for creativity and innovation. I’m thrilled to be taking a leading role in defining the next chapter of this agency’s brilliant history.”

While at Marks & Spencer, Jones led the brand design team, and was responsible for raising the creative output across packaging, instore communications, brand imagery and digital, which included the recent brand refresh and food hall experience.

Prior to Marks & Spencer, he was executive creative director at G2 Joshua and OgilvyAction, now part of Geometry Global.

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