Freeman gets new EMEA leadership

Brand experience agency appoints new managing director to be based in its London office.

Carley Faircloth has become managing director of Freeman EMEA, bringing with her more than 25 years of working with Fortune 50 and Fortune 500 companies.

Having made a strong impact over the last three years within the Freeman Enterprise as a global vice president of business development based in New York, Faircloth will now lead the EMEA agency services team from its Soho office in London. 

Faircloth joined Freeman from Jack Morton in 2015, where worked with brands such as McDonalds, Viacom, BP, Dell and American Airlines.

"We’re excited to have Carley leading our agency initiatives," said Adam Charles, senior vice president. "She is a fantastic addition to the Freeman EMEA leadership team. Her people skills, combined with her business aptitude, strategic thinking and award winning approach will fuel our business in EMEA."

Faircloth will lead the EMEA agency business, collaborating closely with Chris Preston, MD of Freeman EMEA, and Freeman leaders across the globe.

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