STW today announces that James Greet CEO Aust/NZ, Ikon has resigned and is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities after 18 months in the position.
STW’s CEO Mike Connaghan (pictured) said: “Ikon is in excellent shape, with an enviable client roster and is well known for its absolute passion for driving outstanding client results.”
As a result of Mr Greet’s resignation, STW announces a restructure of Ikon’s management model. Each office will now be headed by a Managing Partner who will report directly to Mike Connaghan.
The newly appointed Managing Partners are: Lesley Edwards, Managing Partner, Ikon Brisbane; Sharon Cookson , Managing Partner, Ikon Melbourne; Pat Crowley, Managing Partner, Ikon Sydney; and Emma Bolser, Managing Partner, Ikon NZ.
“The guys running each office are the best in the business. Melbourne, New Zealand and in particular Brisbane have all had great years. Sydney under Pat’s leadership took on all comers and retained the CBA. Ikon is in great shape, and with this leadership group are set for a great 2015.”
Ikon is part of STW, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group.
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