FreemanXP expands team with new hires

Freeman has made new appointments to its agency team at FreemanXP including a vice president of business development and a client services director.

Andrew Savill, new business development, vice president at Freeman XP
Andrew Savill, new business development, vice president at Freeman XP

The new appointments follow FreemanXP's expanision into China and Singapore in November last year.

Andrew Savill, who is taking on the role of vice president of business development joins from TBA, where he was client development director. Prior to that he spent nine years at WRG, working across brands such as HP, Ricoh, Nokia, HSBC, BMW, Google and Deloitte. Savill has also worked at Maritz EMEA – now Grass Roots Group- 2Heads and HGA. In his new role he will be responsible for developing opportunities from corporate clients in the EMEA region.

Lesley Mason joins as client services director, bringing both agency and client-side experience to FreemanXP. She previously held the position of vice president, client services at George P. Johnson for nine years and was a managing partner at MRM Meteorite. For 13 years Mason worked client-side at Compaq/Hewlett Packard, for clients including Sky, Cisco, Adobe and BT.

Mason will be responsible for leading and managing FreemanXP’s client services team, building strong relationships clients, and helping to deliver their events and brand experiences.


See also:

Freeman creates new talent development role

FreemanXP anticipates growth with office move 


Commenting on the expansion of the team, Kim Myhre, senior vice president and managing director, FreemanXP said: "Andrew and Lesley have impressive track records of establishing and maintaining long-term client relationships with some of the world’s most renowned brands, making them important additions to our team.

"They join at a particularly exciting time for the agency, as we continue to drive innovation in brand experiences through the application of intersectional design thinking, and as we gear up for a busy few months, delivering projects for new and existing global clients."


More on Freeman: 

Freeman expands US leadership team 

Freeman strengthens UK team with three new appointments 

Freeman acquires exhibit surveys 

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