International brand expert Megan Wooding tasked with boosting digital and integrated talent
Amsterdam, 28 July 2014 – On the back of a rapid growth period, including recent high-profile work for REPLAY, Qatar Airways and PlayStation, 180 Amsterdam has bolstered its account management power with the hire of Megan Wooding to the role of Head of Client Services.
Australian-born Megan has 14 years of experience in the creative industry and has been in Europe for the past three years, joining from Amsterdam Worldwide. Prior to this, she has held account director positions for the likes of M&C Saatchi and RAPP.
In her new role, Megan will be working across a number of 180 Amsterdam’s key clients with a focus towards driving forward the digital and integrated talent within the agency, in order to support its ambitious expansion strategy.
Megan Wooding, Head of Client Services, 180 Amsterdam, commented: “There are few agencies in the world with the reputation of 180 Amsterdam right now. Not only are they creating market-defining work for the world’s most exciting brands, but the 180 Thinking, brand and culture inherent within the agency make it a very special business to be part of.”
Al Moseley, President and Chief Creative Officer, 180 Amsterdam, commented: “This is an important hire for the agency. As we continue to grow, we need people who can operate at the very top level in terms of leading people and leading business. Megan gives us that.”
About 180 Amsterdam
180 is an award-winning international creative agency with offices in Amsterdam and Los Angeles. A part of Omnicom Group Inc. (NYSE: OMC), 180 employs 200 people from over 30 countries.
180’s client roster includes ASICS, Diageo, DHL, Eli Lilly, PlayStation, Qatar Airways, Western Union, Expedia, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Pepsi, Boost Mobile, Sony Consumer Electronics USA and adidas USA.
180 specialises in consumer, brand and product strategy, and offers a spectrum of expertise, including: content creation, digital marketing, retail marketing, design, social media and advertising. For more information, visit http://www.180Amsterdam.com or follow us on twitter @180Thinking.