SPARK THINKING hires creative lead

Ashfield Meetings & Events sister agency SPARK THINKING has appointed Dave Rose as its new creative lead.

SPARK THINKING has appointed Dave Rose as its new creative lead
SPARK THINKING has appointed Dave Rose as its new creative lead

Rose will be based at the agency’s UK head office in Ashby de la Zouch. His appointment follows an increase in creative business from both existing and new clients for the agency.


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Rose brings with him more than 15 years of creative experience across digital, print and live events. In recent years he has run his own design consultancy, where he has built and developed accounts with various creative agencies including The Marketing Practice, Manifest, Ketchum and Bottle.

Ian Anderson, head of creative at SPARK THINKING, said: "Dave’s appointment provides us with an increased depth to our strategic and tactical creativity. His breadth of experience also allows us to expand our capabilities yet again and positions the SPARK THINKING creative team for continued success. The increasing impact our creative work has on the success of the business is securing a really busy but exciting time ahead." 

Rose added: "It’s really exciting to be agency side, working with clients and SPARK THINKING employees on innovative live events and concepts. The creative team is growing, which is always a good sign when you’re joining a team. I’ve got stuck into projects and am thoroughly enjoying the change."

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