Clemenger Sydney has announced the promotion of Rob Dougan to Head of Planning. Effective immediately, Dougan will join the management team leading the strategic offering for the Sydney creative agencies.
Dougan was lured from VCCP London to join Clemenger BBDO Sydney when they won the Tourism Australia business, and has been an integral part of the Planning Department ever since.
In his four years at Clemenger, Dougan has been instrumental in high-profile work for Tourism Australia, Frucor and Campbell Arnott’s.
“It’s a real honour to lead such a great department. Especially at such a crucial moment for the industry. I’m really excited to see how far we can push planning’s role in this ever more diversified marketplace and play an even bigger role in our clients’ successes”.
Clemenger Sydney chief creative officer Ben Coulson said: “Doug’s is a brilliant combination of clever and fun. I’m loving working with him, and really happy that his remit is expanding”.
Dougan said, “It’s a real honour to lead such a great department. Especially at such a crucial moment for the industry. I’m really excited to see how far we can push planning’s role in this ever more diversified marketplace and play an even bigger role in our clients’ successes.”
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