Jack Morton Worldwide expands Asia-Pacific team

Agency Jack Morton Worldwide has appointed two executive creative directors based in Singapore and Australia.

Jonas Pinzke joins the Singapore team
Jonas Pinzke joins the Singapore team

Jonas Pinzke joins the Singapore team, bringing 20 years' industry experience working with leading brands including Absolut Vodka, Nike, H&M, Volvo, IKEA, Puma, Ericsson, Coca-Cola, Unicef, Aveda and Audi.

Commenting on his new role, Pinzke said: "The growing experience economy coupled with Jack’s expertise in creating extraordinary experiences means it’s a tremendous time to be joining the agency. This fact, combined with the growing importance of the Asian market, makes me very excited about the impact we’ll be able to deliver to our clients. I’m thrilled to join the team in Singapore."


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Oz Dean joins the Australia office having previously worked for Ogilvy & Mather and We Are Social. He has worked with brands including Samsung, Lion, Netflix, Playstation, Activision, Airbnb, Singapore Airlines, Telstra and Google.

Dean commented: "Jack Morton has an excellent reputation for creating experiences that actually change the way people feel about brands. I am delighted to join the team and look forward to creating extraordinary, innovative experiences together."

Chief creative officer, Bruce Henderson, added: "Our ECD appointments are designed to support the burgeoning business needs of our clients in the Asia-Pacific region. Both Jonas and Oz are highly talented creative leaders who will be a huge asset for our clients and our teams across the Jack Morton network."

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