HMDG relaunches agency as Enter

HMDG, the independent agency with clients including Harveys and Condé Nast, is relaunching as Enter.

Hurrell and Dawson: launched the original business in 2006
Hurrell and Dawson: launched the original business in 2006

Led by the HMDG partners Nick Hurrell, Neil Dawson and Paul Shearer, Enter will work with clients on issues surrounding people, communications and technology.

Greg Grimmer, a founding partner of HMDG, will leave the agency but act as a consultant to Enter while heconsiders his next move. He will also retain a financial interest in the agency.

Enter will aim to evolve the culture of companies while continuing to execute creative activity through adver­tising, digital, design, film production and branded content. HMDG’s staff of around 30 will continue to work for the new company.

Hurrell said: "Enter is having a different conver­sation with businesses and brands about how they evolve and communicate."

HMDG launched as Hurrell & Dawson in 2006 before appointing several partners over subsequent years.

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