Interbrand Australia promotes David Storey and Nick Davis after Richard Curtis departs

David Storey

David Storey

Nick Davis

Nick Davis

Interbrand Australia has promoted executive director David Storey to general manager of the Sydney office and executive director Nick Davis to general manager of the Melbourne office.

The pair’s promotions follows Richard Curtis’ announcing he would be stepping down as managing director.

Interbrand Australia CEO Damian Borchok said in a statement: “As we say good-bye to Richard, we welcome a fresh wave of management and take the opportunity to look at our current structure. Richard was an instrumental part of Interbrand Australia’s growth and success over the past six years and we wish him all the best as he embarks on his next challenge.”


Curtis has not revealed where he is moving to.

Storey has worked with Interband as an executive director for the past three years while Davis has been in the role  for one year and 10 months having priorly worked for the company for one-and-a-half years as a strategy director.

In his time with the agency Storey has led a number of rebranding projects including Alzheimer’s Australia, IGLOO and more recently Opera Australia.

In a statement Storey said: “I am delighted to take on the role of GM, Interbrand Sydney. I truly believe that brands have the power to change the world – so I am looking forward to rising to this challenge.”

Davis has led client relationships with a number of brands including Medibank Australia and Australia Post.

Davis said in a statement: “It is an exciting time for Interbrand Australia. I’m looking forward to driving the next phase of growth for Melbourne, and continuing to produce leading edge branding programs for our clients.”

Storey and Davis will report in to Borchok with the company chosing not to replace the position of managing director in its current form following on from a review of its operational model.

“We have had an enormously successful couple of years and both David and Nick have been key players in our output of work as well as company growth,” said Borchok.

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