After nearly nine years at Leo Burnett, Sydney CEO Pete Bosilkovski announced he was leaving the agency just yesterday.
Bosilkovski is among a number of industry CEOs who have called it quits in February.
B&T broke the news earlier this month that the embattled Jason Dooris was stepping down from his post at Atomic 212°.
On Monday, ASX-listed media intelligence company Isentia announced the resignation of its CEO and managing director, John Croll.
WPP AUNZ confirmed a day later to B&T that whiteGREY boss Miles Joyce had left the agency, and then Clemenger’s Marketforce followed up this morning with the announcement that its CEO Paul Everingham had quit after just eight months in the role.
So, with all these vacant CEO spots in the industry, B&T thought it was fair to get the speculation wheel rolling with a poll.
As you’ll see to the left of this article, we want to know where you, dear readers, think Bosilkovski will end up next. All you have to do is select one of the options and your job is done!
And, of course, if you reckon you’ve got the scoop on the ex-Leos boss’ next gig, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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