Red Havas Melbourne has appointed Lynn Chinnock as its new managing partner.
The move follows the company’s recent rebrand, putting data and creativity at the heart of its model.
Chinnock brings a unique blend of experience across a number of marketing disciplines as part of a diverse group of marketing services and geographies.
She has served in leadership roles in PR networks (H+K Strategies London, Publicis’ MSL Singapore) and more recently in digital and creative agencies (Wunderman Singapore, Y&R Sydney and McCann Melbourne).
Throughout her career, she has led award-winning work for a broad range of brands, including Procter & Gamble, Colgate Palmolive, L’Oréal Paris, Maybelline New York, Danone, Bakers Delight, Emirates, Life-Space and NSW Government departments.
Chinnock said: “I am very passionate about creating ideas that truly connect to people’s lives, leveraging the full spectrum of communications to create impact.
“This new chapter at Red Havas will see us integrating specialist expertise in Experience, PR and social more deeply than ever before alongside our colleagues in Havas creative and media, to meet client demand for creative solutions that solve challenges end-to-end. I’m super excited to be part of this ambitious team”.
Red Havas CEO Sarah Trombetta, said: “As Red Havas Australia continues to grow, Lynn will bring a new dimension to our Melbourne offering and the broader national executive team’s shared vision for Red Havas as a borderless creative force for brands we partner with Australia-wide.”
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