Mark Cochrane to take up the chief executive officer role at Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand

Mark Cochrane.jpgSaatchi & Saatchi Thailand has appointed Mark Cochrane (left) as Chief Executive Officer.

Cochrane has accepted an intercompany transfer and promotion from Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand, where he was Group Account Director on Toyota and DB Breweries.

Says Nicky Bell, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi NZ: "This is a wonderful opportunity for Mark in his career. I'm a big believer in enabling our best talent to move around the network. Mark has played a huge part in the transformation of our agency over the last couple of years. His absolute passion for creativity, our business and our culture along with his determined optimism has helped us charge towards our future."
Says Cochrane: "I am very humbled by the opportunity to lead the talented team at Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand. The office is humming, creatively hungry and together we have huge ambitions. At the same time I will certainly miss Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand. The agency rebuild has been a very rewarding experience and the culture is just so great right now."

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