POSSIBLE Appoints Daniel Chu as Global CCO

By Erik Oster 

Creative agency POSSIBLE announced the appointment of Daniel Chu as global chief creative officer, based out of the agency’s Los Angeles office.

Chu arrives from Deutsch L.A., where he spent the last four years as executive vice president, executive creative director while working with clients including Taco Bell, Volkswagen, Sprint, Snapple and Target and leading the agency’s experiential department. Before joining Deutsch, he served as senior vice president, executive creative director for over two and a half years at Momentum Worldwide, co-leading the agency’s branded entertainment discipline and working with clients such as American Express, Microsoft and Verizon. Prior to that he spent nearly two years as an executive creative director PMK/HBH, which followed a year-long stint at R/GA as an associate creative director.

“I’m thrilled to have Daniel on-board. His ideas are dynamite and he’ll be a huge asset for us, helping to strengthen and align creative across the agency,” said POSSIBLE CEO Shane Atchison. “He has great form when it comes to landing new accounts and he proudly represented POSSIBLE at Cannes.  Daniel brings with him a wealth of experience virtually unparalleled in our industry.”

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