The World: Minneapolis - Bill Westbrook returns to Fallon as vice-chair

Bill Westbrook (pictured), a former president and creative director at Fallon, is rejoining the agency as its vice-chairman.

Reporting directly to the chairman, Pat Fallon, Westbrook will work closely with senior management on the day-to-day running of the agency.

Westbrook originally joined the company in 1993 as the president and creative director and was named president of Fallon Worldwide two years later. He left the agency in 1999 to found the brand consultancy No Fences.

Westbrook said: "Pat and I have been talking a lot over the past months, and the more we talked, it became clear I wanted to rejoin the best agency I have ever been associated with."

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