Holler Scouts New CD From Razorfish UK

Holler Scouts New CD From Razorfish UK
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Digital creative agency Holler, an IPMG company, today announced the appointment of Cyril Louis to the position of creative director.

Cyril joins Holler from his last position as creative director of Razorfish London, where he was leading the creative output for Audi, McDonalds and Emirates Airlines, helping the executive team to grow the agency.

Mike Hill, CEO said “I have been watching Cyril’s career for five years now. You know you are onto a winner when past clients proactively contact you to tell you what an amazing talent he is. His level of craft is exceptional, and slightly left of center thinking is a perfect match for the work Holler is famous for producing.”

Cyril’s high standard body of work for McDonald’s doubled the brand campaigns engagement rate winning many awards, making the Razorfish London office the most awarded in the network. He also led Emirates to be the fastest growing airline and top 10 brands on Facebook, positioning the airline in the top five performing campaigns ever across EMEA.

Cyril has worked at some of the most renowned agencies in the world, including Ogilvy and R/GA, doing work for clients such as Nike, McDonald’s, Audi, PlayStation and Bacardi.

Cyril said, “I am thrilled to be a part of Holler, an agency with such a passion for craft, creativity and ‘Modes’, as a way of working, enabling the best output across both these passions.”

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