INTERNATIONAL: Blood, Sweat and Tears MD Wagstaff moves to 141 job

SYDNEY: Blood, Sweat and Tears MD Scott Wagstaff has taken over the reins of parent group 141 Worldwide Australia, following the resignation of 141 CEO Leigh Clapham.

Appointed as 141 general manager, Wagstaff reports to Cordiant Communications Group (CCG) Australian chairman George Patterson Bates and CEO Ian Elliot, in addition to 141 Worldwide chief executive Colin Hearn.

Clapham resigned earlier in the year to become general manager of Mastercard International-Australasia.

Elliot said Clapham's role had since been split, with CCG chief financial officer David Murray now handling the 141 financial reporting remit.

Below-the-line marketing group 141 was launched in Australia in October 2001, bundling together seven Cordiant-owned consultancies.

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