Mojo restructure leads to departures

New Publicis Mojo CEO Joe Pollard has begun a restructure of the agency, Mumbrella has learned.

The move, which has already seen several departures, comes less than three months into Joe Pollard’s tenure as CEO.

Mumbrella understands that digital creative director Tim Buesing has moved to sister company Amnesia Razorfish and Simon Morgan, partner and head of digital is also to depart.

Pollard had previously told Mumbrella she would take three months to review the company before making staff changes.

Last week Mojo announced the hire of Steve Anastasiadis from Saatchi & Saatchi.

 

Comments


  1. Ann
    4 Sep 12
    12:56 pm

  2. Amazing the fortunes of Mojo, since ts heyday in the 90′s.

  3. Groucho
    4 Sep 12
    1:40 pm

  4. Any news on Craig?

  5. Pitch Doctor
    4 Sep 12
    4:24 pm

  6. A few scared rabbits in there I bet. Its a bugger when you know you should be one of them – every phone call makes you jump, increases your heart rate, makes you want to pee. Never mind there is a management level talent shortage so just pretend you have talent and put yourself out there if you have a portfolio……………..

  7. Harpo
    4 Sep 12
    4:42 pm

  8. Nomo, Nojo, No mojo…

    Is it just me or is there a lot of anti CCO sentiment around??

    Just saying

  9. Dylan
    5 Sep 12
    12:42 am

  10. The Times they are a changing. You go Joe. Melbourne hasn’t won any business in 3 years….there’s only a handful of people left. Get a ‘Gun MD & CD’ in there and get the place back in the game again.

  11. Golumn 8
    5 Sep 12
    12:13 pm

  12. @Groucho – no answer there, so maybe Mumbrella knows something we don’t??
    Tim?

  13. Ruad McKane
    5 Sep 12
    2:47 pm

  14. Three long serving members of the creative department -Two senior art directors and a senior copywriter – went last week. Sounds like they’re sweeping out the cobwebs and dead wood.

    What’s happening with Davis?

  15. mumbrella
    5 Sep 12
    4:30 pm

  16. I have no info, Golumn 8…

    Cheers,

    Tim – Mumbrella