George Mackenzie departs The Sweet Shop for managing director role at Robber's Dog Films

Robber'sDog_Mark_and_George.jpgAfter a quiet departure from The Sweet Shop, where he was MD Asia Pacific MENA, George Mackenzie has resurfaced in the newly created managing director role at Robber's Dog.

"After three good years, it was time for something new," says Mackenzie (below far left). "With the Sweet Shop's Asian office up and running and their recent success at AXIS, I felt like I had the perfect edit point. I have known Mark, Adam and Chris since we all worked together at Silverscreen. They are good guys and this is a great opportunity for me.  I am very pleased to call Robber's Dog my new home." 

"I think it goes without saying but I will, we are absolutely stoked to have George on board," says Mark Foster (above right), partner and EP of Robber's Dog. "I am very much looking forward to having a partner in crime. He has a fantastic reputation and we feel he is a great fit with where we are as a brand right now. More importantly we see him as a big part of where the company will be in the future".  

Mackenzie can be contacted at gmackenzie@robbersdog.co.nz
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