NEW YORK -- Tim Lindsay, president of Lowe Lintas & Partners Europe since 1999, is assuming a new role: president international.
Lindsay, who will continue to be based in London, will focus on agency operations outside of North America.
"We believe that the way to build a robust competitive culture is . . . by promoting from within the company," said agency founder Frank Lowe, in a statement. "Tim's appointment is another clear indication ot this, and is a testament to his achievements."
Lindsay's promotion comes as Lowe Lintas retools at the top. Jerry Judge, president worldwide, is to become CEO, assuming a title previously held by Lowe, who remains chairman. Deputy chairman Michael Sennott is expected to take a supporting role in The Partnership, a new global network that parent company Interpublic is creating (Adweek, May 21).