Former Agency Entrepreneur Matthew Bull Joins Mcgarrybowen as N.Y. Creative Chief

Office president expects 'new chapter of success'

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A few months after closing his own agency, Matthew Bull is taking a job with mcgarrybowen as chief creative officer of the agency's New York office.

Bull will begin next month after spending the past four years at The Bull-White House, an agency he founded in 2011 and ran until ending it in July. Before that, he held a number of leadership roles including chief creative officer of Lowe & Partners Worldwide in New York. Brands he's worked with include AB InBev's Stella Artois, Unilever's Axe, HSBC and Microsoft.



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