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AIM Proximity attracts top talent Art Director

Published: Wed 22 Aug 2007 12:28 AM
PR.08.03
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AIM Proximity attracts top talent to Art Director role
Tony Clewett to partner CD Dave King
AUCKLAND 22 August 2007 – AIM Proximity, New Zealand’s leading direct and interactive marketing agency today announces the appointment of Tony Clewett to the role of Art Director, working alongside Creative Director, Dave King.
Tony joins AIM Proximity from Rivet NZ (formerly Draft NZ) where he led creative for high profile clients such as Vodafone, Genesis Energy and Les Mills International.
Tony brings over 15 years’ direct marketing experience in the NZ and UK markets. He was instrumental in helping London-based agency TBWA/GGT maintain its ranking as the No. 1 agency in the UK and he has won numerous local and international accolades. These include: Gold and Silver Direct Lions at Cannes, acceptance into D, Gold and Silver Echos and Best Art Direction at both the UK’s DMA Awards and this year’s NZ Direct and Interactive Marketing awards.
Dave King says, “I put out the feelers before coming back to New Zealand and Tony was recommended to me. He’s got a great book and seems to be a really nice guy who everyone speaks very highly of, so I’m delighted to have him here. It should be fun.”
Jane Eagles, General Manager, AIM Proximity, Auckland adds: “As an agency, we pride ourselves on our ability to turn a brief on its head and present innovative and stand-out creative. Tony’s experience brings an added dimension to our already exceptional creative team and the Dave King/Tony Clewett partnership is a potent marriage of talent which will deliver the best possible brand experience to our clients’ customers.”
ENDS

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