Corporate Innovations appoints Peter Thompson as executive director

Agency Corporate Innovations has hired Peter Thompson as executive director from brand activation company, G2 EMEA.

Corporate Innovations appoints Peter Thompson as executive director
Corporate Innovations appoints Peter Thompson as executive director

Thompson was previously chief executive officer of G2 EMEA, WPP’s largest brand activation network agency, and was the founder of agency Joshua.

David Watt, managing director of marketing communications agency Corporate Innovations, said: "I am confident that Peter's experience and direction will prove a real asset to the organisation and reflect our commitment to achieving our long-term ambitions. 

"Peter has proven real-world know-how in building agencies that deliver outstanding work to their clients, and we hope that he can further enhance the work that our fantastic team are already producing. We have previously worked with Peter on collaboration projects and I think it’s fair to say that we both liked what we saw and wanted to do more together."

Corporate Innovations runs incentives and promotions, live and experiential events and reward programmes. 

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