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Wunderman Thompson Appoints Neil Kelly to the Newly Created Position of Sydney Partner

Kelly joins the agency from Publicis Sapient, where he was client partner

Wunderman Thompson Appoints Neil Kelly to the Newly Created Position of Sydney Partner

Wunderman Thompson has appointed Neil Kelly to the newly created role of Sydney partner, as the creative consultancy strengthens its data, technology and customer experience capabilities.

Kelly joins the Sydney team from Publicis Sapient, where he spent three years as client partner. With a focus on building innovative and engaging customer experiences through commerce, content, data and experience transformation; Kelly worked across clients including Aesop, Tabcorp, MLC Insurance, Flight Centre and AGL.

Previously, Kelly worked at Deloitte Digital in London and Australia in product and business strategy; helping organisations make informed data-driven decisions when developing new products and services.

Kelly said that he is excited to join the ambitious Wunderman Thompson team: “I’m delighted to be joining Wunderman Thompson at a pivotal point in the evolution of the business. I’m excited to take what is a really compelling data and experience proposition to clients; helping them to transform and grow their businesses in APAC.”

John Gutteridge, CEO of Wunderman Thompson ANZ, said he was thrilled to add Kelly to the leadership team after a successful seven months as a new entity: “I’m very excited to be welcoming Neil to the Wunderman Thompson business. His consultative experience and excellent track record of leading product, tech and strategy teams to drive business growth for clients is very much in our sweet spot.”
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