Angus Hennah quits ECD role at Ogilvy NZ

Campaign Brief 323.pngAustralia - After two years in the role CB can reveal that Angus Hennah has quit the ECD gig at Ogilvy New Zealand.

Where he is going is yet to be revealed, but an announcement with more details should come though today.

Hennah took the role in 2012 after the departure of Damon O'Leary at the end of 2011. Prior to that he was ECD at JWT Sydney for five years before returning to his homeland New Zealand.

Hennah has been awarded at all major and local creative shows including multiple Cannes Lions across Film, Cyber, Outdoor and Media categories. Throughout his career, Hennah has worked on many high profile brands including Nestlé, Kellogg's, Nokia, Unilever, Energizer-Schick, Ford, AMP, Tourism New Zealand, Land Transport New Zealand, HSBC and The National Bank.

More on this hopefully soon.

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