Cabana Boys hunts for ‘smart suit’ to part own agency

After four new business wins, Sydney integrated creative boutique Cabana Boys is in the market for “a smart suit who wants to run and part own” the agency.

“We’re looking for a dynamic go-getter, who has worked at group account director level on integrated creative-led counts, and is considering making a play in the entrepreneurial world,” said Stuart Ghent, the agency’s joint owner.

The agency has recently won projects for marketing and distribution firm Stuart Alexander, commercial property company CB Richard Ellis, Mission Australia’s Youth Beat program and new work for existing client Fuji Xerox.

Cabana Boys, which has around six staff depending on the volume of work, is owned by creative partners Ghent, formerly of Razor, OgilvyOne, JWT and Publicis Mojo, and ex-Lowe creative Nick Robinson.

The agency launched in October 2008 and has worked for YWCA NSW, Australia Council for the Arts, Sydney Symphony, V Australia and Monier Roof Tiles.


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