POSSIBLE London appointed Pablo Marques as executive creative director.
In the position, which Marques began yesterday, he will partner with POSSIBLE London CEO Neil Miller. Marques joins an executive leadership team which in recent months doubled its revenue with new business wins and increased organic growth by 25 percent.
Marques arrives at the agency following six months freelancing for R/GA London, working on the agency’s Nike account. Before that he was co-founder and creative director of London creative production and technology company Wilderness. That followed over three years as a creative director with BBH London, where he worked on accounts including Google and Mentos. Prior to that he spent around a year and a half as an executive creative director with Publicis Modem, following a year as an interactive creative director with W+K London. Before leaving for W+K, he spent around a year and a half as a creative director with R/GA, where he provided creative direction on various Nike brands.
“London is a key market for us. We’re seeing clients come to us when their other agency partners or consultants just aren’t able to deliver,” said POSSIBLE global chief creative officer Daniel Chu. “We anticipate our London office will be a global center for our clients. We needed a creative vision to match our ambitions for London.”
“Pablo is the final building block for our new leadership team here at POSSIBLE London,” added Miller. “We welcome his unique talent and we can’t wait for him to start working with us solving brands’ biggest problems, delivering world-class creative for a connected world, and applying data to create success for businesses and brands.”