EHS Brann promotes Atkinson to chief executive
By Staff,, campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 29 October 2004 07:00AM
LONDON - Matt Atkinson, EHS Brann's managing director, has been promoted to chief executive of the agency's three offices in London, Leeds and Cirencester as part of a management reorganisation.
Atkinson replaces Andrew Harris,who becomes the chief executive of the newly created EHS Brann Group, which includes the three agency offices, All Response Media and EHS Brann Discovery, its data arm.
Atkinson, the chairman Terry Hunt, Harris, Huw Davis, the head of Discovery and Andy Sloan, the chief executive of All Response Media, will sit on the agency's board. Atkinson has also strengthened the London agency with the appointment of Graham Bentham from Digitas last week.
Atkinson joined the direct marketing agency in January from Saatchi & Saatchi, where he was the head of integration. He has already led EHS Brann in successful pitches for Oxfam,the British Heart Foundation and Heinz.
"We are delighted to give Matt the opportunity to broaden his leadership role," Harris said.
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