Glassworks is very pleased to announce the appointment of Rick Naudé as Managing Director of the Amsterdam office. Rick joins from his role as Head of Studio at 72andSunny Amsterdam, and has years of experience producing work for an impressive roster of clients and global brands such as; Google, Nike, Adidas, EA Games, Smirnoff, Samsung, LG, Sharp, Playstation, Heineken and CocaCola.
Speaking on Rick's appointment, Glassworks COO Phil Linturn commented; "We're thrilled to have Rick joining us as MD of our innovative Amsterdam office. Being a Dutch-speaker, with a long and varied history within the giants of the international advertising landscape, he is perfectly poised to develop our already broad client base. We have always been amazed by his meticulous attention to detail, but also his sense of empathy for the team. Always ensuring that the creative work is as good as can be, he also makes sure that everyone in the production chain is included and valued. Moreover, Rick is a big personality, and has teambuilding at his core. We have complete confidence that he will not only maintain Glassworks' renowned level of client service, but will also build on our internal culture, developing an even stronger creative environment for our artists to thrive."
This is an interesting time for Glassworks, marked by growth in both the team, and its creative offering. Rick is keen to get stuck in, and to lead the crew into the new phase. Describing Glassworks as a company that is outstanding, flexible and one that continuously delivers high-end quality work, Rick hopes that he will add “a vision on 2D, 3D and post production, operational excellence from estimate to deliverables and a dash of Rickness’ (clean, tidy, fresh and friendly).” As someone whose definition of 'job satisfaction' is supporting a team to achieve their goals, and making the impossible possible, Glassworks is positive Rick is going to be a very welcome addition to the family.view more - Hires, Wins & Business
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