Paul Bradbury promoted to Whybin\TBWA regional CEO

Paul Bradbury promoted to Whybin\TBWA regional CEO
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Paul Bradbury has been promoted to regional CEO for the Whybin\TBWA Group in Australia and New Zealand.

Bradbury will now oversee Whybin\TBWA, Digital Arts Network (DAN), The Integer Group, Eleven PR and Fleishman Hillard, with the promotion effective immediately.

"I am extremely proud of what Paul and the team in Sydney have achieved,” Scott Whybin, chairman and regional executive creative director of the Whybin\TBWA group in Australia and New Zealand, sad.

“Our Melbourne and Auckland offices are also enjoying tremendous growth and producing great work, so Paul’s opportunity is to build on the momentum of our offices to deliver the capabilities and ideas our clients need going forward.”

"Given Paul's strong international experience, he is perfect to build the Australian group's relationship with the rest of TBWA's global network, which will be an increasingly important link that we can provide for our clients, from our Australian hubs."

Andrew Scott will continue as CEO of Whybin\TBWA Group Melbourne and Todd McLeay will continue as CEO of Whybin\TBWA Group New Zealand.

Bradbury joined the Whybin\TBWA family in 2007 and was promoted from managing director to CEO of the Sydney office in 2011.

Bradbury will now report to Scott Whybin.

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