Jack Morton Worldwide promotes Julian Pullan to EMEA president

Jack Morton Worldwide has promoted three of its senior executives to the position of president in its EMEA, US and Asia Pacific regions.

Julian Pullan promoted to president at Jack Morton Worldwide
Julian Pullan promoted to president at Jack Morton Worldwide

Julian Pullan, Tara Back and Ben Taylor will assume the title of president as part of Jack Morton Worldwide’s global growth plans.

Global growth

Jack Morton Worldwide chairman Josh McCall said: "Tara, Julian and Ben are a tremendous team and will work closely together with me to grow Jack Morton globally. They provide a breadth of experience to our operations and have proven themselves as extremely effective and accountable leaders."

Pullan, formerly executive vice president and managing director of Jack Morton’s EMEA region joined the agency in 2002 as director of operations in London and became managing director in 2005.

Toyota, Lexus, Shell

Toyota, Lexus, Philips, Shell, Ericsson, Nokia, HP, Barclays and General Motors are among clients Pullan has worked with.

Back had been executive vice president and managing director of New York since 2008 and as president she will oversee Jack Morton’s operations in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Asia Pacific

Meanwhile, Taylor, formerly senior vice president and managing director of Asia Pacific will continue to oversee the company’s locations in China, Hong Kong and Australia.

He joined Jack Morton in 2005 to head up the agency’s Hong Kong operation, lead the expansion into China and build a growing client portfolio throughout the region.

Jack Morton’s Asia Pacific operations work for businesses including HSBC, Procter and Gamble, Pfizer, Coca-Cola, and IBM.

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