It’s been a few months since we last heard from Possible Worldwide, but it appears that the WPP-owned digital agency has been busy as of late. Not only has Possible launched a new corporate site, but it’s promoted the man who led its development, Jonathan McVey, who now moves up the ranks to global creative officer. McVey, who most recently served as chief creative officer in charge of corporate and U.S. operations, will now (obviously) oversee creative strategy across Possible’s 26 global offices.
Prior to serving as CCO at Possible for the last year, McVey spent well over a decade on the creative side at ZAAZ, which of course was folded into the former a year ago. During his time at Possible, McVey has also overseen the launch of the agency’s CoLab social network.