Kate Stanners steps up as Saatchi & Saatchi global chief creative officer - Pablo Del Campo steps down after 20 years with the agency

Screen Shot 2016-04-07 at 7.34.35 AM.pngAfter 20 years working for Saatchi & Saatchi, Pablo Del Campo, the worldwide creative director of the network, steps down with immediate effect. 

He will be replaced by Kate Stanners, currently chief creative officer at Saatchi & Saatchi, London. Kate will fulfill the role of Global Chief Creative Officer whilst retaining her London role.

Says Del Campo: "It has been an enormous privilege for me to have developed so many 'ideas bigger than ads' in a space as inspiring as Saatchi &Saatchi, hand in hand with the most prestigious industry leaders and creative teams. Today, the network holds the highest standards in terms of talent in order to continue the 'hothouse for world-changing ideas.' The decision to leave this 20-year-old adventure has not been easy but the outcome surpassed by far my expectations." "I hope I've honored the brand," he added.

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