WRG hires two new account directors

Simon Bull and Leanne Attridge have been appointed account directors for client services.

Simon Bull and Leanne Attridge
Simon Bull and Leanne Attridge

Simon Bull joins WRG from Q2Q Communications, where he was a senior event manager and account manager.

He will report to Madelaine Allen, client services director at The Creative Engagement Group (TCEG) and will be responsible for two of the group’s key healthcare clients. WRG is a division of TCEG.

Bull has worked in various event and account roles for clients including AstraZeneca, Merck & EMD Serono and Roche.

Russ Lidstone, Group CEO of TCEG, said: "It’s deeply satisfying when a former client wants to come and work with us and we know that Leanne is going to be a huge addition to WRG and the wider TCEG team.

"Simon also brings a wealth of experience to our client services offer and will help us to further develop our strength in the healthcare space."

Attridge joins from Nissan Europe where she was Intelligent Mobility Communications section manager for consumer communications.

She reports to Kath Goodson, client Engagement director at WRG, she will work on key accounts in WRG’s portfolio as well as bringing her pan-European campaign experience to other group clients.

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