Shine MD Richard Brett heads to Ogilvy Australia

Shine MD Richard Brett is to leave the agency to take up the role of group MD for Ogilvy Australia.

Australia: Richard Brett to move to Ogilvy Australia
Australia: Richard Brett to move to Ogilvy Australia

Brett, who departs in September, will oversee consumer work at Ogilvy offshoot Pulse Communications.

He fills one of four group MD roles created as part of a wider restructure within Ogilvy's Australian set-up.

Brett said: 'It was a lifestyle choice. I wanted to live abroad and this is an opportunity to make that happen. I am looking forward to broadening my global experience and working at a major global network.'

Brett has been at Shine for four years, and was previously global vice-president, marketing comms, at Samsonite.

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