Ian Irving to leave Sledge

Sledge has announced the departure of commercial director Ian Irving, at the end of September.

Sledge: currently pitching for £3.5m business
Sledge: currently pitching for £3.5m business

Irving will be leaving the agency "to pursue new ventures" and there are currently no plans to replace him.

Irving commented: "These are very interesting times and I am currently looking at new challenges within the experiential industry. I've had a great time at Sledge and have been privileged to work with a fantastic team of very talented people."

Sledge CEO Nic Cooper commented: "I'd like to thank Ian for the tremendous contribution he has made to the Sledge business over the years and wish him every success for the future."

The agency, whose clients include O2, is currently pitching for £3.5million worth of business across sectors including health and beauty, FMCG, automotives and telecoms.

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