WRG expands technical team

Agency WRG has hired Dave Johnstone as technical director in a newly created role to provide a central resource for WRG's technical capabilities.

Dave Johnstone
Dave Johnstone

With over 12 years experience leading the technical delivery of major corporate events and exhibitions all over the world for clients like Cisco, Google and Ford, he brings with him a wealth of technical experience.

Johnstone’s remit will also involve managing long-term supplier relationships and leading the agency’s capabilities in health and safety.

Commenting on his new role, Johnstone said: "I’ve had the privilege of working with some exceptionally talented teams over the years, delivering creatively-led events and experiences for global brands.

"I’m excited to be joining WRG as the momentum builds at this pivotal time. I look forward to providing leadership, championing technical innovation and driving a commercially-minded culture as I work to support the Live Events team."

Tim Williams, operations director at WRG added: "I am delighted that Dave is joining the team, with his wealth of technical experience he will provide a new centre to WRG’s production offer and unquestionably assist WRG to continue to deliver technical excellence and realise our creative ambitions on behalf of our clients in a safe, efficient and cost effective way."   

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