Dentsu Aegis data boss Andrew Norris departs after less than a year in role

Andrew Norris


The boss of Dentsu Aegis’s data and analytics division Symphony Andrew Norris has resigned, Mumbrella can reveal.

Norris’s departure comes less than 12 months after a major management shakeup which saw him move from the role of Sydney managing director for Carat, as the media agency fought to retain the $240m Woolworths account.

In a statement Dentsu Aegis confirmed Norris’s departure saying he “will be leaving the business this week to pursue a new venture”.  

“We wish him all the best in his future endeavours,” it added.

Norris has worked in Australia for the last eight years holding various roles at Dentsu Aegis’s operations including managing director of Mitchell and Partners and later Carat Sydney.

He has also worked as MPG’s international media director and Apple’s advertising director in Europe.

After he moved from the role of Carat Sydney MD the agency poached OMD’s head of trading Dan Sinfield.

Norris did not respond to requests for comment.

Nic Christensen 


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