Iris director Cameron Day leaves to join Albert

Cameron Day has left Iris Experience to join Albert, where he will work as director with corporates including Wagamama.

Cameron Day to work with corporates including Wagamama at Albert
Cameron Day to work with corporates including Wagamama at Albert

Day will work alongside Albert managing director John Saunders and strategy director Ian Christie.

Albert was launched last November with Ian Irving, who left the company in December.   

Saunders told C&IT that Day's reputation gained from working with some of the best event agencies made him the ideal candidate.

"Day's got a fantastic track record and is respected in the business. We are focusing on events and more multi-channel work, so he is ideal for this. We are still on the lookout for staff, but we want to keep Albert small, as it is important the clients deal with the experts," he added.

Day was global business development director at Iris. He has also worked for experiential agency RPM and Works London.

Iris made 21 staff redundant in August following a restructure.

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