DFB’s hirings set to boost Chrysler and client service arms

Delaney Fletcher Bozell has made two senior hirings with the appointments of Simon Binns as a board account director and Helen Weisinger as its business development director.

Delaney Fletcher Bozell has made two senior hirings with the

appointments of Simon Binns as a board account director and Helen

Weisinger as its business development director.



Binns, 31, who leaves Ogilvy & Mather after seven years, will be

responsible for running the Chrysler account at his new agency.

Meanwhile Weisinger, 27, who joins from RPM3, will work closely with

Paul Cowan, Delaney Fletcher’s client services director, in his

additional role as marketing director.



Cowan, who is charged with building the Delaney Fletcher brand

internally and externally, said: ’The arrival of Simon and Helen will

help us to redefine our vision of Delaney Fletcher Bozell both

internally and externally. We are continuing to build on the pool of

talent we have been acquiring over the past 12 months, which will allow

us to frame and develop the agency’s core strengths.’



Binns said: ’New year should be an exciting time. I have inherited some

great creative work on Chrysler. There is a great mix of energy and

creative pedigree at Delaney Fletcher Bozell.’



Binns joined O&M as a graduate trainee in 1991. He worked on Ford,

launching the Ka in the UK in 1996, and also on Bupa where he ran the

’you’re amazing’ campaign.



Weisinger ran the Mitsubishi account at RPM3. Before that, she worked on

the Delta Air Lines business at Saatchi & Saatchi New York. She has also

worked at Saatchis in Dubai, having started in 1989 in media.



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