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DDB & Tribal WW Amsterdam Grows Senior Team with New Hires


Agency welcomes Client Service Director Ryan McNamara and Project Director Jesse Mons

DDB & Tribal WW Amsterdam Grows Senior Team with New Hires

DDB & Tribal Worldwide, Amsterdam has bolstered its team with hires of international Client Service Director, Ryan McNamara, and Project Director Jesse Mons.

Prior to his new role, Ryan McNamara has been working at VML London as Senior Account Director, leading the Premier League and Bentley & Bugatti accounts. McNamara’s previous positions include Business Director on Ford at Hive, Director of Digital Innovations at Initial Marketing, and agencies such as Leo Burnett and Billington Cartmell.

Ryan McNamara: “The opportunity to join DDB & Tribal Amsterdam was one I couldn't refuse. I'm excited to be joining an agency with such a strong creative reputation and am looking forward to working with leading brands such as Heineken and adidas.”

DDB & Tribal Worldwide, Amsterdam welcomes back Jesse Mons. Jesse started his career at Icemedia before joining DDB & Tribal Worldwide, Amsterdam in 2012 in the role of Senior Project Manager. Here, for several years Jesse worked on the KLM and adidas accounts. After a short interlude at BBDO in 2015, he is now back at DDB & Tribal Worldwide, Amsterdam in the role of Project Director.

Sandra Soskic, CO-CEO of DDB & Tribal Worldwide, Amsterdam: “It’s an exciting time of growth for the agency and we are very pleased to welcome Jesse and Ryan on board, strengthening our senior team.”

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DDB EMEA, Fri, 05 Jun 2015 08:54:30 GMT