Landor regional boss Nick Foley relocates back to Australia

Nick Foley, Landor’s president for Southeast Asia, the Pacific and Japan has relocated back to Australia.

Foley moved to Singapore to take the role with the WPP-owned branding agency in 2011 having been MD of the Australian operation for two years.

Although now based in Sydney, Foley will continue to be responsible for the region with Evonne Chung taking over as MD of Landor’s Singapore office.

Foley said in a statement: “It has been a privilege to work with the team in Singapore and be recognised as one of the most progressive agencies in the region.

“During my time in Southeast Asia, Landor broadened its offer and grown its client base accordingly. I am now excited to be returning to Australia where we have made some recent changes in conjunction with WPP AUNZ to move the business forward into its next phase of growth.

“The most exciting recent change is Cornwell in Melbourne is now part of the Landor group and we see significant upside in 2019 as we start to work more closely with our team there. Jessica Murphy has been promoted to the role of General Manager Cornwell and I’m looking forward to spending more time working with Jess, the Cornwell and Landor teams and all our clients across Australia.”

Foley commenced working with Landor in 2008 and was promoted later that year to run the Sydney office. Prior to Landor he was marketing manager at Mars.


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