Jack Morton hires director of digital

Jack Morton Worldwide has appointed Keith Chamarette as director of digital, to work with clients including Freeview.

Keith Chamarette, Jack Morton Worldwide
Keith Chamarette, Jack Morton Worldwide

Chamarette has over seventeen years’ experience as a digital specialist, working for agencies including Positive Digital, Publicis Modem and WARL and looking after clients including Dixon Retail, LG Electronics, Hewlett-Packard, BT, Tesco Clothing and Proctor & Gamble.

Chamarette, who will work from the agency's London office, said: "I’m thrilled to be joining the team. Jack Morton’s drive to create extraordinary work and the opportunity to develop an even more seamless unity between live experience and the digital world is what attracted me to the agency. Digital touch points are now such an integral part of everyday life; it is imperative that we are placing this behavioural insight and knowledge at the forefront of our planning and ideas."

The digital team is currently working with Freeview and has recently launched the latest phase of the brand’s ‘Entertainment. It’s even better when it’s free’ campaign.

Julian Pullan, president, EMEA, Jack Morton Worldwide, said: "Keith’s vast wealth of experience and creativity along with his clear passion for our industry is outstanding. He is an exciting addition to our EMEA team and I’m delighted to add his invaluable expertise to our work with clients across brand experience. "

The London office’s digital team is part of the Jack Morton Worldwide network and linked to Genuine Interactive, Jack Morton’s US-based full service digital agency.

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