Todd Sampson Joins Qantas Board

Todd Sampson Joins Qantas Board

This story was originally published by

The Leo Burnett boss to lend his marketing expertise to Australia's national carrier.

SHARE
THIS



Qantas has appointed Leo Burnett boss Todd Sampson as a director in an effort to boost the level of marketing experience on its board.

Sampson, who also sits on the board of Fairfax Media, the publisher of BusinessDay, will boost the number of Qantas directors to 10, which includes the airline’s chief executive Alan Joyce.

Qantas chairman Leigh Clifford said Sampson’s appointment would provide board-level marketing expertise for one of Australia’s most enduring and recognised brands.

“Todd will bring a wealth of marketing experience to the Qantas board, as well as broader business acumen from the senior leadership and strategy roles he has held,” Clifford said.

Sampson, known for donning t-shirts instead of business suits, said in a statement that Qantas was one of most iconic brands in the world and “it is an honour to join the board”.

For more details on Todd’s appointment, click here.

*Lead image source: ABC

Please login with linkedin to comment

Interior Swithced on Media webinar Weiden + Kennedy

Latest News

Three Customer Retention Strategies That Can Help Australian Businesses Build Long-Term Loyalty
  • Opinion

Three Customer Retention Strategies That Can Help Australian Businesses Build Long-Term Loyalty

In this opinion piece, Patrick Sim, senior vice president for the APAC and MEA regions at Epsilon (pictured above), talks about ways companies can go about building lasting relationships with their clients. If there’s one thing that companies have learnt from the pandemic is the importance of keeping customers happy and having them continuously come […]

Dynata’s Latest Economic Crossroads Report Shows Consumer Trends From Around The Globe
  • Marketing

Dynata’s Latest Economic Crossroads Report Shows Consumer Trends From Around The Globe

Across the world, rising costs are causing anxiety and financial struggles for consumers. The worldwide impact of inflation is affecting their outlook and behaviour. More than half of consumers globally are struggling financially because of inflation and the increasing price of fuel, housing and everyday goods. Russia’s war on Ukraine intensifies their concerns around supply-chain […]