Independent agency Akkomplice has appointed Glenn Dalton its first chief creative officer.
Dalton joins the Akkomplice team after three years as the executive creative director of Hardhat, having worked at AJF Partnership and CHE prior to that.
The hiring expands the company’s growing creative team that already includes ECD Sarah Oteri and creative director Lee Spencer, who joined the agency in December from The Royals.
Akkomplice Founder Kenny Hill: “They don’t come much better than Glenn. He’s a great guy with a lot of talent and experience, but he’s also got to be one of the nicest people on the advertising scene in Melbourne.
“His appointment coincides with our 8th anniversary in business and some great new business wins and hires. I couldn’t be happier to have him join our expanding team”.
Dalton said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining the team at Akkomplice, an agency that is proudly independent, and creatively fearless.
“Building upon the great work Kenny and the team has already done, my ambition is to work with some of the best people and brands to help turn a creative agency into a creative powerhouse. Too lofty? Maybe, but we’ll give it the best crack we can.”
Dalton’s appointment is effective immediately.
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