OgilvyOne Worldwide has promoted Emma de la Fosse and Charlie Wilson to joint Chief Creative Officers of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EAME) effective immediately. In their new roles, de la Fosse and Wilson will oversee the creative output of a network of 20 offices in 16 countries, whilst continuing to run the OgilvyOne London Creative Department. They succeed Michael Kutschinski, who was appointed Global Chief Creative Officer, OgilvyOne Worldwide, earlier last month. They will continue to be based in London and report to Annette King, Chief Executive Officer, OgilvyOne EAME and Sam Williams-Thomas, Chief Executive Officer, OgilvyOne London.
Under their four-year tenure as Executive Creative Directors (ECD’s) of OgilvyOne London, the office has enjoyed stunning success. The agency won more than 100 awards in 2013, more than any other Customer Engagement (CE) Agency. It was Campaign Magazine’s BIG Direct Agency of the year, the only CE agency to win gold in Cannes and was the most awarded agency at the Direct Marketing Awards picking up 18 accolades.
Annette King, Chief Executive Officer, OgilvyOne EAME commented: “OgilvyOne London has excelled under Emma and Charlie's creative leadership, and this promotion is a reflection of that success. Emma and Charlie are two of the most awarded Creative Directors in the UK, behind some of the very best work our industry has seen. Their appointment marks an exciting new phase for OgilvyOne in the EAME region."