Auckland production company Robber's Dog opens Australian office in Waterloo, Sydney

e0739a594153451abf746436112ea2e7.jpgAuckland production company Robber's Dog has opened an office in Sydney.

In July this year we reported George Mackenzie (ex Sweet Shop Sydney) had joined the Dogs as MD. That news was soon followed by Luke Shanahan signing with the company for trans-Tasman representation in August.

Mackenzie is well known in Asia having chaired the TV Craft jury at AdFest, judged at Spikes Asia, and recently he joined the AdFest Collective panel to advise on the future growth and direction of the festival.  
The opening of the office is clearly the company's next strategic step to better serve the Australian market.

CB also understands that Mackenzie has been made a partner in the Australian company. He joins existing partners Mark Foster, Adam Stevens and Chris Dudman in this venture.

As part of the move Helen Hendry (ex Leo Burnetts) has joined Robber's Dog as producer.

The new offices are situated at 5/1 Dank St, Waterloo. NSW 2017.

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