Dare appoints three new creative directors

Dare has hired the LBi joint executive creative director Laura Jordan-Bambach as a board-level creative director.

Lee Smith, Laura Jordan-Bambach, Nick Bird
Lee Smith, Laura Jordan-Bambach, Nick Bird

The agency has also promoted its senior creative duo Nick Bird and Lee Smith to the roles of creative directors to join Jordan-Bambach on the agency's board.

All three will report to the joint executive creative directors Flo Heiss and Danny Brooke-Taylor.

Heiss said: "Laura is one of the most inspiring and creative people we know. And with Nick and Lee stepping up to wear the captain's armbands, it's a great start to 2012."

Meanwhile, LBi has boosted its own creative offering, with the appointment of Gavin Gordon-Rogers and Gemma Butler as creative directors. Gordon-Rogers most recently worked at Wieden+Kennedy as the interactive creative director but left due to job cuts at the agency.

The husband-and-wife duo will be based in the agency's Edinburgh office, where they will work on Skype, Bupa, Play.com and British Airways.

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