Brett Williams joins Black Sheep

Adelaide agency Black Sheep has appointed former Ogilvy executive Brett Williams as a company director.

The announcement:

Adelaide-based advertising agency Black Sheep has appointed industry acclaimed strategic thinker Brett Williams as a new Director of the company.

Mr Williams will be responsible for overseeing the award-winning firm’s client service in South Australia and interstate.

Black Sheep Advertising owners and fellow Directors Simon O’Brien and Andrew Millar are thrilled to welcome Mr Williams to the agency, whose growing roster of clients includes Centro Properties SA, Victoria and Tasmania, Adelaide Development Co, CIC Australia and Scotch College.

“Brett is one of the local advertising industry’s most respected strategic talents, so to attract him to the Black Sheep flock is a massive coup for us,” said Mr O’Brien.

“He brings an enormous amount of marketing, communication and brand strategy experience to the agency and will play a key role in developing existing client partnerships and sourcing new growth opportunities.”

Mr Williams’ vast industry experience includes a decade at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide and 15 years at OBM. He also spent nearly a decade at Martins Integrated where he established the company’s office in Dubai and most recently spearheaded Shiels Jewellers’ advertising and brand strategy.

Over the years he has managed accounts across a range of product and service categories, including brands such as Delfin, Stockland and AVJennings, as well as international projects in Singapore, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Oman.

“Black Sheep is one of most strategic and creative agencies in SA so naturally I’m very excited to join the firm at such a senior level and help grow the company even further,” said Mr Williams.

“I’ve always admired the high quality work they produce and I’m now looking forward to joining the company’s talented team and making my mark as a Director and strategic lead.”


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