Experiential agency Momentum Worldwide has appointed former Iris and Bray Leino director Alistair Bryan chief operating officer, with a brief to boost growth and efficiency across the business.
Reporting into UK president Luke D’Arcy, Bryan will sit on the UK board and work across all client teams; Momentum clients include American Express, SAP, Microsoft, UPS and Premier League.
Bryan started his career in the mid-Nineties at GGT Direct, before spells at Lowe Direct, Limbo, Craik Jones and AIS London. In 2006, he became a director at Iris and was then appointed chief executive of Bray Leino (now Bray Leino Yucca). Bryan left the Bristol agency in 2015 and launched his own marketing consultancy, One Inch Punch.
D’Arcy said: “Alistair is a fantastic addition to the team and will further strengthen Momentum Worldwide’s offering of world class entertaining brand experiences.”
Bryan added: “There’s no better time to be involved in experiences as investment increases and brands see the true value of connecting with customers. I am looking forward to being part of the next stage of growth at Momentum Worldwide.”
Momentum has also recruited Robert Sanderson as design director; a new role which will help manage and produce design output across the Manchester and London offices.
He joins from creative agency Love, where he worked with Johnnie Walker and created the Super VIP brand experience for Rolls-Royce at their Goodwood HQ. He will report into group creative director Seamus Begley.
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