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Tom Ward Joins Cummins&Partners as Managing Director

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Following announcement of Julian Schreiber and Tom Martin’s return to Australia as joint-ECDs of Cummins&Partners Sydney

Tom Ward Joins Cummins&Partners as Managing Director

Cummins&Partners continues to build its executive team with the appointment of Tom Ward as managing director of the Melbourne office.

Ward joins from Naked Communications and brings a unique and diverse skillset developed in roles including head of strategy and insight at GPYR and account management at Clemenger, TBWA London and St Lukes.

“In our rapidly-changing industry, Ward’s experience at some of the best agencies in the world is highly valued. He's strategically-minded, creatively-driven, and will be a great fit with our business,” said Chris Jeffares, national CEO at Cummins&Partners.

“Tom’s ​experience across media, strategy, insights and creative – both traditional and new​ - was extremely important to us. We wanted someone that understands where the industry is heading, in terms of both creative and media.”

Ward said: “I’ve worked with a few members of the leadership team at Cummins&Partners and jumped at the chance to work with them again.”

“They are elite talent, with a great ‘joined up’ business model, and have blazed a trail in the last few years. I’m looking forward to help lead the charge as we move into the next stage. I can't wait to get cracking.”

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Cummins&Partners Sydney, Wed, 15 Apr 2015 02:24:29 GMT