Ex BBDO Europe and These Days Mateusz Mroszcak joins Happiness Saigon as group CD

Mateusz Mroszcak.jpgMateusz Mroszcak, Executive CD at BBDO in Europe, and ex-CD at These Days, and winner of over 5 awards at the latest edition of Cannes Lions is joining the team at Happiness Saigon. He will take on the role of Group Creative Director working closely in the team with Paul Busschau and Geoffrey Hantson.

Mroszcak (pictured) said, "Excited! That's how I feel. Excited to push Happiness Saigon, recognized as one of the top agencies in Vietnam, to the best agency in South East Asia. Excited to become ambassador of this fantastic agency, and taking a part in establishing Vietnam's creative legacy."
"Just a few weeks into the new year and we already have some exciting news," said Busschau Creative Director/Partner of Happiness Saigon. "I'm extremely happy that Mat joins our ranks. He fits very well with our agency, our dynamics and our desire for outstanding creative work. Through his engaging personality and relentless drive to make a difference for brands, Mat will continue to help us build brands the right way, with strong strategic insights and outstanding ideas in the 3.0 world we live in. Bring it on 2018!".

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