MullenLowe Profero, the global digital transformation network of MullenLowe Group, has announced the appointment of Hamilton Jones as its managing director for Australia.
Jones joins MullenLowe Profero from Sydney-based digital agency Deepend, where he was its managing director for two years. Hamilton has also worked with strategic design outfit Designit running transformation services in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.
He replaces Chris Henderson, who is leaving MullenLowe Profero to relocate back to Europe with his family after three years at the agency.
Vincent Digonnet, CEO of MullenLowe Group for APAC, said: “Hamilton’s 20 years of digital experience spanning strategy, service design, product development, media and marketing, make him such an exciting appointment for us at this particular point in time.
“His experience and his skills will allow us not only to strengthen our capabilities, but to scale them. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.”
Commenting on his appointment, Jones said: “Being able to contribute to the journey of transformation in digital through an agency like MullenLowe Profero is an exciting opportunity.
“The team here is well established with highly capable experience design and product development people, and I’m really looking forward to getting started.”
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