Nick Andrews joins Lavender after eight years at DDB

DDB planning partner Nick Andrews has been appointed as strategy partner at CX agency Lavender, ending an eight year stint at DDB.

In his time with DDB, Andrews worked with brands such as Volkswagen, Audi, Arnott’s, MacDonald’s and Unilever, and was a key driver of DDB’s brand redesign and re-positioning of Westpac.


Nick Andrews will join Lavender after eight years with DDB Group.

Andrews will be responsible for strengthening the CX capabilities of Lavender and to deliver transformative customer experiences for clients.

He will also be a central part of Lavender’s new consulting arm, Lavender consult, where he will work alongside recently appointed Eric Folger, head of experience design.

Roy Capon, Lavender CEO, said: “Nick’s unique mix of media and brand strategy expertise, coupled with the tenacity to find deep customer insights, is a potent combination of skills that will greatly benefit our clients while also helping to establish our Lavender Consult offering.

“I look forward to him joining the expanding team as Lavender embarks on its next stage of growth.”

Andrews said: “Everyone you speak to has really nice things to say about Lavender and after meeting Roy and Will Lavender, I was instantly attracted to the culture of the agency.

“Having spent most of my career with multinationals, joining a nimble independent agency that has big ambitions and a unique perspective is very exciting. I can’t wait to get in there and make a difference.”

Andrews will start on November 28.


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