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Further changes at Langland

Kate Spencer becomes managing partner and Andrew Spurgeon becomes executive creative director
Langland board changes

The Windsor-based healthcare advertising agency Langland has promoted two of its board members.

Following the recent board appointment of strategic delivery director Alison Ferrucci, Langland has made Kate Spencer managing partner and Andrew Spurgeon executive creative director.

Spencer, formerly global business director, joined Langland some 15 years ago, while Spurgeon, formerly creative director, has been with the agency for six years, joining from JWT.

“Kate and Andrew's moves acknowledge the contribution that both have made to the agency in recent years,” said Langland chief executive Philip Chin.

“[It] also paves the way for future organisational development, as we expand in scale and geographical reach to meet the needs of our clients.”

In addition to these moves, Langland also recently appointed a new director of planning, Adrian Zambardino.

Langland, named Global Agency of the Year at the 2013 Global Awards, for the third consecutive year, counts Lilly, Celgene and Bayer among its clients.

29th April 2014

From: Marketing

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