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Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide promotes Scott Watson

He becomes global chief creative officer

Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide Scott WatsonParsippany, New Jersey-head quartered Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide has promoted Scott Watson to global chief creative officer.

Previously executive vice president and chief creative officer of the network's New Jersey business, Watson will now oversee all creative work produced by Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide and coordinate its creative heads.

He brings over 30 years of healthcare marketing experience to the role, having worked for Roche and McCann before joining the Ogilvy network in 2005.

Watson was chief creative officer of Carbon Healthcare, an Ogilvy agency, until 2006 when he took on his most recent role supervising all of the creative teams within Ogilvy's New Jersey business.

Matt Giegerich, chairman and chief executive officer of Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide, said: “Scott is uniquely, creatively fearless and he inspires the creative best in all of us.

“He works tirelessly to leverage, connect and amplify our global creative community and he cares deeply about our people, our clients and the very human impact of our work.

“Scot is truly a one-of-a-kind, larger-than-life talent and we are blessed to have him lead our global creative ranks.”

7th November 2016

From: Marketing

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