Elvis has appointed Fiona Scott, previously CEO of Craik Jones as the new Managing Director. The appointment comes as Elvis reorganizes its management structure, with John Treacy promoted to Executive Creative Director.
Fiona Scott joins Elvis to drive the Direct and Data capability of the agency in the UK and support the direction of Elvis globally. Scott’s appointment marks a return to the Direct marketing industry for the former head of one of the best Direct agencies of recent history, Craik Jones.
Joining Scott in the day-to-day running of the business will be John Treacy, now Executive Creative Director, who joined the Elvis creative department in 2003. Other promotions within the management team include Tanya Brookfield who is now Deputy Managing Director and Emma Gardner who has been promoted to Operations Director. Elvis also expect to announce the appointment of their new Executive Planning Director in March.
David Bainbridge, joint CEO will now focus increasingly on the international growth of Elvis across North America and Asia. The agency currently has offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Singapore, San Francisco and LA, with immediate plans to develop further into these markets.
Martin Semmens, Elvis founder and CEO, says: “Fiona arrives at Elvis at an exciting time in our growth. She brings with her an impeccable pedigree, strong leadership credentials, and a deep understanding of the future of our space. She will be a great asset to our leadership team here.”
Elvis work with some of the UK’s largest consumer brands, including Sky, Mondelez (Kraft Foods), Honda, Virgin Trains and Premier Foods.