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DDB Appoints Anneli Rispens as EMEA Director of Content & Social Media

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Rispens was previously DDB & Tribal Amsterdam’s head of Content & Community

DDB Appoints Anneli Rispens as EMEA Director of Content & Social Media

Anneli Rispens, formerly DDB & Tribal Amsterdam’s head of Content & Community, has been promoted to EMEA Director of Content & Social Media. In this new role Rispens will be responsible for the development, coordination and promotion of DDB’s social service offering across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Rispens will continue to work for global clients including McDonald’s, Heineken and Volkswagen, and will report to Pietro Tramontin, DDB’s EMEA chief executive. Rispens will be based in Amsterdam but will work across different teams in the EMEA region.  

“We’ve seen a rise in the importance of social and content as an integrated part of our service offering. With her extensive experience in the social space, Anneli is the ideal person to further advance this practice and help our key clients overcome some of the challenges they’re dealing with,” said Pietro Tramontin, CEO of DDB EMEA. 

During the past 3.5 years in Amsterdam, Rispens has successfully developed and expanded the Content & Community practice for DDB & Tribal Amsterdam. Next to managing a team of ten Content & Community planners, she functioned as social strategy lead for the agencies key clients and supported new business teams.

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DDB EMEA, Fri, 23 Sep 2016 10:01:40 GMT