WRG hires senior producer

Jonathan Atkin has worked with clients including Microsoft, IBM, Telstra, Optus and Commonwealth Bank.

WRG has hired Jonathan Atkin as senior producer after working for The Precinct Group and Jack Morton Worldwide.

Reporting to Tim Collett, head of live at WRG, Atkin will provide additional resource to the UK Live team, working across all clients with an employee engagement and B2B focus.

Collett said: "I am thrilled that Jonathan has joined the team here at WRG, he brings valuable international knowledge to our experienced and talented team."

Atkin has spent the past seven years working as a senior producer for two agencies in Australia, The Precinct Group and Jack Morton Worldwide.

Atkin added: "It is an exciting time at WRG with so much interest coming from B2B and B2C clients looking for specific audience engagement campaigns that capture the imagination and have real purpose.

"I'm looking forward to getting stuck into some client briefs and creating the unforgettable experiences that have become synonymous with WRG."

During his time in Australia, Atkin managed projects for clients including Microsoft, IBM, Telstra, Optus, NSW State Government and, most recently, Commonwealth Bank.

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