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XXS Amsterdam Fuels Growth with Senior Creative Team Hire

XXS Amsterdam, 3 months, 1 week ago

Agency adds senior creative team Paul van Uden and Anne-Maro Huberts

XXS Amsterdam Fuels Growth with Senior Creative Team Hire

Independent creative agency XXS Amsterdam strengthens its creative team with the addition of the senior creative team Paul van Uden and Anne-Maro Huberts. 

The new team will bolster the agency’s creative firepower, bringing with them extensive experience in the fields of digital and innovation.

XXS Amsterdam has doubled its size to 60 people over the last three years alone, on the back of winning major international clients such as Schweppes, Basic Fit and HEMA.

Prior to XXS Amsterdam, Van Uden and Huberts worked for agencies including Grey Benelux, J. Walter Thompson and Impact BBDO Dubai, on campaigns for brands such as Volvo, Hendrick’s Gin and Johnson & Johnson. Their work has been awarded by the likes of Esprix, New York Festivals, ADC and The Webby Awards.  At XXS Amsterdam, they will work across the agency’s impressive roster of clients.

Last month, former creative directors of FHV BBDO John de Vries and René Verbong, also joined XXS Amsterdam.

Piet Hein Smit, Founding Partner, XXS Amsterdam, comments: “Our company has grown by more than 20 percent in both 2014 and 2015 and we have already beaten expectations for 2016. With the arrival of two new creative teams in Paul and Anne-Maro, and, last month, John and Rene, we are realising our ambition to strengthen our creative floor and innovate even further.”

Van Uden adds: “XXS Amsterdam has astounded the world of advertising by picking up over six new client partners in an incredibly short period of time. We're stoked to creatively follow up on this success with fresh and pioneering ideas."