Jack Morton hires director of digital

Agency Jack Morton Worldwide has appointed Belinda Hall as director of digital.

Belinda Hall, Jack Morton Worldwide
Belinda Hall, Jack Morton Worldwide

Hall will be leading the agency’s digital offering from its London office and will report into Adam Azor, SVP digital and integrated marketing. She joins Jack Morton having spent more than 15 years in the industry, working with a variety of agencies in both Europe and Australia.


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In the past she has worked at Lowe Profero (now Mullen Lowe), JWT, Agency Republic and Iris Worldwide for clients including British Telecom, British Gas, Unilever, Nestlè, Heineken, Shell, HSBC, and Samsung.

Azor said: "Jack Morton, like the world we live in, is digital. It permeates through everything we do as an agency; from our digital-focused services through to the broader brand experiences we create that fuel content. This fact means that Belinda will play a pivotal role at Jack Morton and the role requires both proven expertise in harnessing digital for client business benefit and a genuine passion for extraordinary experiences. Belinda has this in spades, so I’m delighted that she is joining us." 

Hall added: "It’s a fantastic time to be working at Jack Morton as it creates some truly exciting work, particularly in the fusion between brand experience and content marketing. I am thrilled to have been selected for this position, and very much look forward to leading the digital team at Jack London."

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