Aussie Industry in shock as Whybin founder Scott Whybin resigns from Whybin\TBWA

3.jpgAustralia: Scott Whybin, the chairman, regional creative director and founder of Whybin\TBWA Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland has resigned from the agency. After 21 years leading Whybin\TBWA, Whybin will step back from the executive management of the business in April 2016

Last year Whybin was inducted into the AdNews Hall of Fame for an exceptional career spanning over 30 years, including being the youngest ever creative director at The Campaign Palace at age twenty-six. Whilst at The Campaign Palace, Whybin wrote five of the Top Ten Australian ads of the last twenty-five years, including Dunlop Tyres and 'Sic'em Rex for Antz Pantz. Whybin has won every local and global award and accolade that our industry offers.
Four weeks ago, Whybin\TBWA was crowned the 2015 Australian Network of the Year by AdNews.

Says Keith Smith, president international global markets, TBWA: "Scott has helped to nurture and develop a significant number of the most talented and successful people working in the industry today, many of them are still working at Whybin\TBWA.

whytbwa (1).jpg"Paul Bradbury (left) has been with Whybin\TBWA for over ten years, is the regional chief executive officer across Australia & New Zealand and has full responsibility for the region.

"Kimberlee Wells (right) has been with us for over four years and is the chief executive officer of Whybin\TBWA Melbourne, and Andrew Scott has been with us nine years and is the chief executive officer of Whybin\TBWA Auckland."

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