Nigel Marsh put in charge of DMB&B’s client services

Nigel Marsh, the DMB&B marketing director, has been promoted to client services director at the agency with immediate effect.

Nigel Marsh, the DMB&B marketing director, has been promoted to

client services director at the agency with immediate effect.



The post, previously held by Joe Boyd, will be combined with Marsh’s

existing responsibilities. Boyd will continue to handle his individual

accounts but will no longer sit on the executive committee.



Marsh, 35, will be the first person at the agency to head up account

management as well as new business and client services.



He joined the agency from Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO as business

development director in 1997 and has since spearheaded a series of

winning pitches for the agency, including Wickes, McCain, Matthew Clark

and Sanatogen.



Barry Cook, the DMB&B managing director, said: ’Joe Boyd has done a

superb job over the last year but his increasing client responsibilities

mean that now is the right time to make a change.’



Marsh said: ’Barry is deadly serious about his aggressive ambitions for

the London agency and I just want to be a part of it - in whatever role

he sees fit.’



Before moving into advertising, Marsh was a client at the Central Office

of Information, where he worked with Abbott Mead on the Aids and

anti-smoking accounts.



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