Grey's CMO Catherine Davis joins Cheil Worldwide in European chief growth officer role

Cat Davis_colour.jpgCheil Worldwide has appointed Catherine Davis as its new chief growth officer for the UK and Europe.

Davis joins Cheil from Grey London where she was chief marketing officer. In her time at Grey London, Davis became known as the agency's most successful new business and marketing director, winning an incredible 64 accounts since joining in 2009. Prior to Grey, Davis was marketing and PR director at CHINA NOW. Her CV also includes time at RKCR/Y&R, Burkitt DDB, Leo Burnett and TBWA. In her new role, Davis will be responsible for driving business growth across Europe with a specific focus on the UK market. She will report directly into Cheil UK's COO Matt Pye. She will be based in London.

Pye said, "Cat's new business record at Grey speaks for itself. She's a phenomenal appointment, and follows hot on the heels of Lotta Malm-Hallqvist as global growth officer. This underlines Cheil's ambition to secure rapid growth with high-quality clients. It's a really exciting time to be part of the Cheil network."

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