Planner Hutson joins MMD as partner

Malcolm Moore Deakin has hired WCRS's deputy planning director,

Anna Hutson, to replace its former planning partner, Chris Blazye. The

new agency name will be changed to Malcolm Moore Deakin Hutson.



Hutson, named as one of London's top ten planners in the Campaign Book

of Lists in December, is expected to join as the new planning partner in

February.



Commenting on the move, Hutson said: "It is very exciting to be able to

participate in shaping an agency's culture and ethos at the beginning of

its history. It's a group of really talented, hard-working and massively

enthusiastic people who will be great fun and stimulating to work

with."



The managing partner, Graham Deakin, added: "This is a great way to

start the year. We have taken our time to find the right partner. The

chemistry had to be just right. From the first time we met Anna we were

impressed by the constructive way in which she challenged our thinking.

I know she is going to make a massive difference to our offering. We

can't wait to get started."



Hutson began her career at BMP DDB and moved to WCRS in 1996. She was

promoted to deputy planning director in 1999.



Malcolm Moore, whose key accounts include MTV, Accurist and the Terrence

Higgins Trust, launched in July 2000 as a breakaway from Abbott Mead

Vickers BBDO and TBWA/London.



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