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McCann Appoints James Bagan as Strategy Director



Senior strategy expert joins agency from VCCP

McCann Appoints James Bagan as Strategy Director

McCann has hired top strategy expert James Bagan to lead its strategic planning activity across a range of industries and sectors, for its Birmingham operation, further driving growth for its clients, and strategy and research offering. James has been appointed strategy director, McCann Birmingham, joining from VCCP, where he was a senior planner.

James is returning to his Birmingham roots, having joined McCann Birmingham’s research and planning team led by board strategy director Mark Broughton-Foxall. He brings over 14 years of experience across a variety of brands including, Compare the Market, Domino’s, VOLT from O2 and Virgin Media, easyJet and Asda. Bagan also gained extensive experience as Brand & Communications Manager at Nestlé for brands including KitKat, Nespresso, and Buxton Water.

James, who started at the agency in October, said: “I’m thrilled to have joined an agency that I’ve admired for a long time. The calibre of talent, the quality of work, and the level of thinking at McCann Birmingham are inspiring and above all, everyone’s been incredibly welcoming! It’s an exciting place to be.”

Mark Boughton-Foxall said: “James is a great addition to the team. I am sure his wealth of knowledge and experience will be invaluable both for our clients and the continued growth and development of our Strategy and Research team. We’re delighted to have him on board.”

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McCann UK, Thu, 11 Nov 2021 11:42:53 GMT