CHBi Razorfish hires a creative director

- CHBi Razorfish, previously known as CHBi, has announced the appointment of a creative director and a number of other new hirings since its acquisition by US agency Razorfish,.

- CHBi Razorfish, previously known as CHBi, has announced the appointment of a creative director and a number of other new hirings since its acquisition by US agency Razorfish,.

The agency has named Rosie Higgins as creative director. Higgins, an expert in the interactive design field in the UK, is renowned for her work with 'technowhores'; a pioneering group of women working in the field of technology and design.'

Mike Beeston, Managing Director at CHBI Razorfish said: "The company already has a reputation for its marketing and strategic approach to new media. Rosie's appointment will enable us to also build our standing for the development of leading-edge interface design."

Other appointments include, Gillian Cope who joins CHBI Razorfish from Line One to work on the RAC account and Sean Winstanley, a producer who will work on the Carlsberg and Goldfish accounts.





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