Jack Morton makes key hires following big wins

Jack Morton Worldwide has announced a number of key appointments and a senior-level promotion following wins with Google, Max Factor, Konica Minolta and Scania.

Mike Kunheim
Mike Kunheim

Mike Kunheim, managing director in London, has been promoted to executive vice president.  The promotion recognises the key role he has played in the success of the London and Seoul offices through his leadership and partnership with clients.

A team member for 18 years and managing director at Jack Morton London since October 2015, Kunheim leads the growth of the agency with a core focus on building deeper client relationships and attracting and retaining top talent.

Julian Pullan, vice chairman & president international, Jack Morton Worldwide said: "I would like to congratulate Mike on the success his excellent leadership, passion for brand experience and thirst for innovation has brought to the agency.  I have no doubt that with the combination of our fantastic team and Mike’s leadership, 2017 will continue to be a hugely exciting year as we create more extraordinary experiences which help our clients meet their business objectives."

The agency has also made five new appointments. Chris Davidson and Oksana Koval are appointed as business directors and Ben Phillips joins as client development manager. Jonathan Bates has joined as senior creative associate and Robin Frosh as account manager.   

Mike Kunheim, EVP, managing director said: "The success we’ve seen so far this year is a credit to the awesome client relationships and world-class talent we have at Jack.  It’s a real privilege and pleasure to have the opportunity to lead the London team as we continue to grow our extraordinary agency."

See more Jack Morton: 

Jack Morton expands its US teams with five senior appointments

Jack Morton China appoints new managing director

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