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VMLY&R elevates Paul Nagy to Chief Creative Officer APAC

VMLY&R has promoted Paul Nagy, Chief Creative Officer Australia and New Zealand (AUNZ), to Chief Creative Officer APAC tasked with overseeing 21 offices across ten countries throughout Asia and AUNZ. Nagy brings over two decades of experience and first joined the agency as Chief Creative Officer of legacy brand Y&R, before being elevated to CCO of Australia and New Zealand at VMLY&R in 2018.

Paul Nagy named as chief creative officer of VMLY&R Australia

“My job is a simple one – support the amazing talent we have in our network and let them be the best they can be,” said Nagy.

“I’m incredibly lucky to work with such a talented team across Australia and New Zealand, and I’m already impressed with the capability and firepower we have across the rest of Asia. I’m absolutely thrilled to take on such an exciting, extended role.”

Says Yi-Chung Tay, CEO, VMLY&R in added: “Those of us in Asia who have worked with him before know first-hand his ability to bring substantial impact, not just to the creative work, but to the business and teams he works with.

Paul has consistently been able to move the needle for VMLY&R, converting pitches into wins and delivering strong work that garners industry recognition. With Paul’s guidance and inspiration across APAC, VMLY&R will be swinging bigger this year.”

Thomas Tearle, CEO, VMLY&R in AUNZ spoke of Nagy’s appointment making way for deeper collaboration within the network.

“His unique perspective of combining creative excellence and innovation to solve client challenges coupled with his wonderfully infectious personality is such a great asset. He’s built a creative unit with Ben Davis, Jake Barrow and Kim Pick that has brilliant momentum. His appointment across Asia provides even deeper collaboration within our network, further reinforcing VMLY&R’s proposition of creating connected brands [not just for our clients but ourselves too.]”

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