The Works, Sydney adds more creative thinkers

Screen shot 2011-10-31 at 11.33.33 AM.jpgThe Works , Sydney continues to strengthen the calibre of its talent pool by bolstering the digital, creative and project management teams by six.

Craig Barber joins as art director, leaving his position at Mark (M&C Saatchi) where he worked mainly on Qantas.
Bolstering the agency's digital offering are Jo Golding who joins as a community manager from Progressive Digital Media in London and Charlie Bruton who joins as a digital producer from her previous role at Pomegranate Media, also in London.
Beefing up the Creative Project Management team is Sarah Cogzell, joining from Telefonica, Brad Lou who joins from BMF and Sarah Jacobs who joins from Droga5.

Says Damian Pincus, creative partner and founder at The Works: "Off the back of our continued new business success and with client needs expanding we find ourselves in the happy position to expand The Works family.

"Ultimately, we want to keep providing our clients with the smart creative thinkers - that is The Works unique creatives on the forefront model which puts the clients in direct contact with the creatives."

Pictured L2R Back row: Damian Pincus, Craig Barber, Charlie Bruton
Front Row: Brad Lou, Sarah Cogzell, Jo Golding, Sarah Jenkins


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chris burke said:

great company well done craig

well done said:

nice work mr barber

Lindsay said:

Let's see how many awards they win next year.

Intrigued said:

Lindsay, what do you mean?

Intrigued too said:

Clients retained and clients won are the basis for a successful agency and not awards. All the best guys!

roland of effingham said:

So, who in this photo has already left the works?

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