Clemenger Sydney executive creative director, Paul Nagy, has resigned after more than eleven years with the Clemenger Group. He will leave the agency early in 2017.
Nagy joined Clemenger BBDO Wellington in 2006 and was creative director there for five years until he moved to Clemenger Sydney in 2010.
Clemenger Group executive chairman Robert Morgan stated, “I would like to thank Paul for a huge contribution to our company both here and in New Zealand. He is a fantastic creative leader and a brilliant person. We wish him the very best in the future.”
Under Nagy’s reign, Clemenger Sydney was the most awarded agency in the global BBDO network at the New York Festivals.
The agency has recently won an impressive assortment of awards for Pepper Hacker for Dolmio, Whiskas Catstacam and MasterFoods Make Dinnertime Matter.
It has also been awarded for its work for NZ Road Safety, World Press Photo, Virgin, Skittles, TedX, Tourism Australia, Hungry Jack’s, Campbells.
Nagy played a key role setting up TKT for Clemenger, which services Campbell’s, Arnott’s and Frucor.
“I’m immensely proud of what the agency has achieved in my time here and I’m humbled to have been able to work with, and learn from, some of the most talented people in the industry, on both sides of the Tasman,” Nagy stated.
“I leave behind very close friends who I know will go on to do great things, and no one will be cheering louder than I.”