MullenLowe Group today announces the promotion of Dale Gall, CEO of MullenLowe Profero UK, to CEO MullenLowe Group UK.
Gall will oversee the hyperbundled UK offering - MullenLowe London, MullenLowe Profero, MullenLowe Open and MullenLowe Mediahub in the UK. Gall will work closely with the existing leadership team including longstanding MullenLowe London Chairman and IPA President, Tom Knox. Dale Gall will report into Alex Leikikh, Global CEO, MullenLowe Group, and the appointment is effective immediately.
Alex Leikikh, Global CEO MullenLowe Group comments: “At MullenLowe Group we are building a new type of network. A network not defined by silos, but with integrated communications planning built into the model. A network where we bring together the best cross section of our talent across all disciplines to work on client business challenges and drive more creativity from day one. Dale is uniquely placed to lead our hyperbundled offering in the UK given his proven track record of multi-channel success spanning a 20 year career in advertising, media and technology.”
Dale Gall, MullenLowe Group UK CEO notes: “We exist to give our clients an Unfair Share of Attention. This change is all about us continuing to build the business we believe in - a combination of talents that can deliver world-class creativity and transformative solutions for our clients. We have moved into one building designed so that each specialism can hyperbundle together to achieve our vision whilst still being best in class in their own right. It is what clients want and need to succeed today, and I am determined that we succeed in delivering it better than anyone else.”
Jamie Elliott, CEO MullenLowe London has elected, after 11 years with the company, to leave and explore other leadership opportunities.
This announcement follows recent success for MullenLowe Group UK including being named the inaugural UK Effie Agency of the Year, winning four Cannes Lions for Persil ‘Free The Kids’ campaign including an Integrated Lion, and launching MullenLowe Mediahub in the UK.