Walsh Quits as Lowe London Chief

30 January 2008

LONDON: Advertising agency Lowe London has announced the departure of its ceo, Amanda Walsh (pictured). She has been in the job for just over two years. 

The Interpublic Group-owned shop says her duties will be assumed by strategy officer Rebecca Morgan and executive creative director Ed Morris.

In addition, Lowe Worldwide chairman Tony Wright and ceo Steve Gatfield are expected to become more closely involved with the London office.

It is not known if Walsh has another job lined up.

Comments Gatfield: "Amanda joined Lowe with a brief to turn around the economics and put the agency on a growth track. Without question, Amanda has achieved that goal."

Data sourced from MediaGuardian.co.uk; additional content by WARC staff