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woolley pau gyro promotes David Gilchrist and Gareth Williams

They take on the roles of creative director and client services director

woolleey pau gyro David Gilchrist and Gareth WilliamsLondon-based woolley pau gyro has appointed David Gilchrist as its new creative director and Gareth Williams as its new client services director with immediate effect.

Gilchrist (pictured left) joined the healthcare specialist agency in 2014 as deputy creative director, bringing experience from TBWA Paling Walters where he had held the roles of art director and deputy creative director.

Executive creative director of woolley pau gyro Dean Woolley said: “David has shown he has exactly the blend of talents needed for the unique demands of creative leadership.

“He is an inspirational source of ideas in his own right, but at the same time he has the patience and generosity it takes to guide others to produce their best work, too.”

Meanwhile, Gareth Williams (pictured right) has been promoted to client services director having worked his way up in the agency from account director when he first joined in 2011.

Williams will be responsible for ensuring that the agency meets its clients' needs at every level of the creative process.

Ed Shorthose, managing director at woolley pau gyro, said: “In the six years Gareth has worked for our agency, he has won the deep trust and respect of our clients with his exceptional blend of energy, enthusiasm and professionalism.

“He is a natural choice to lead our client services team and to take on the ultimate responsibility for the quality and consistency we pride ourselves on.”

11th February 2016

From: PME

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