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Radical reshuffle at top of advertising industry

Daniel Dunkley
Fri, 21 May 2021

Radical reshuffle at top of advertising industry
Paul Shale has left his role as the chief executive of FCB New Zealand.
Daniel Dunkley
Fri, 21 May 2021
Senior executives at leading creative agencies DDB New Zealand, FCB New Zealand, and WPP AUNZ have stepped down from their roles amid a radical reshuffle at the top of the advertising industry.Paul Shale is exiting as the chief executive of FCB New Zealand after three years and will depart the firm in June.Shale led the prominent firm to new client wins including the Electoral Commission and Worksafe NZ.FCB confirmed the departure and has begun the search for Shale’s replacement. Meanwhile, DDB New Zealand group chief executive Justi...

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