Jack Morton Worldwide promotes Julian Pullan to vice chairman

Agency Jack Morton Worldwide has promoted its president of EMEA Julian Pullan to vice chairman, a responsibility he will take on in addition to his current duties.

Jack Morton's Julian Pullan
Jack Morton's Julian Pullan

As part of his extended role, Pullan will provide executive leadership across Jack Morton’s global network, championing the agency’s creative work.

According to Josh McCall, chairman and CEO of Jack Morton Worldwide, the appointment reflects the agency’s commitment to working creatively for brands. "I have no doubt that his passion for creativity and brave ideas will further elevate our award-winning brand experiences and will be instrumental in helping our clients achieve exceptional business outcomes."

Pullan, who first joined the agency in 2002 as director of operations, said creativity was the driving force behind the agency’s brand and it was vital to nurture it.

Throughout his 30 years in the events industry, Pullan has worked with numerous leading brands including Toyota, Lexus, Philips, Shell, Ericsson, Nokia, HP, Barclays and General Motors.

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