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Weber Shandwick appoints Klein Borrill as UK Design Chief

Weber Shandwick appoints Klein Borrill as UK Design Chief

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Weber Shandwick, the renowned global communications firm, has named Klein Borrill as their new UK Design Chief. Reflecting a consistent focus on augmenting its creative prowess, Borrill’s assignment fuels the firm’s mission of stretching creative communication boundaries. Borrill is excited to join Weber Shandwick, eager to spur creative growth and exploration, and lend his 15 years of digital campaigning experience and his knack for creating engaging content.

Borrill, a specialist in the fusion of art direction, branding, and design practices, plans on establishing robust bonds between clients and audiences with high engagement content. He aims to enhance brand visibility and foster brand-consumer relationships that translate into business success. In his new role, he will be based in Weber Shandwick’s London office, overseeing visuals, guiding design solutions, and maintaining quality standards across campaigns. Borrill’s ambition lies in refining design strategies to align with the firm’s goals.

Apart from Borrill’s appointment, Weber Shandwick has initiated new job positions within their UK branch.

Borrill’s leadership impact on Weber Shandwick’s creative direction

Jack Duffield and Chris Marsden are now Associate Creative Directors while Charlie Powell has been promoted to Conceptual Creative. Newly added members, including Carly Illston (Art Director) and Marley Muirhead (Copywriter), will join Alex Trent (Account Manager) and Lucy Hudson (Junior Designer) in driving the firm’s innovative direction. These creative reinforcements are put in place to augment Weber Shandwick’s creative positioning and service delivery.

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The team adjustments fall into the strategic guidance of UK President Amy Garrett who values a client-centric approach. She believes in the team’s collective talent to bring client brands and stories to life. Furthermore, recent appointee, Yan Elliott, as Chief Creative Officer, will help in strengthening the creative vision and execution of Weber Shandwick, backed by an aggressive talent recruitment strategy.

Weber Shandwick’s dedication to cultivating talent and driving forward creativity is a sign of their commitment to adapt and evolve within the dynamic communications landscape. Powered by significant technology and research investments, Weber Shandwick is ready to create more dynamic, innovative, and impact-driven campaigns in tune with the latest industry trends.

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