Stack lures Kitcatt Nohr chief to head up planning

caroline-deputBen Stephens is continuing to strengthen his team at MSQ Partners-owned agency Stack with the appointment of Kitcatt Nohr’s planning partner Caroline Deput as planning director.
Deput will take up her new position with immediate effect, reporting into chief strategy officer James Champ, who was appointed in January this year.
Deput brings over 19 years’ experience to the role. During her three years at Kitcatt Nohr, she led the successful execution of Macmillan’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’, which raised a record-breaking £27m for the charity.
Prior to that, Deput worked as planning director at Targetbase Claydon Heeley for nearly six years, with clients including Three Mobile, De Vere and Bentley. She has also worked at Craik Jones and OgilvyOne.
In her new role, Deput will work across a number of the agency’s key accounts including Peugeot, Citroen and DS automobiles.
Stack chief executive Stephens, who has drafted in nearly a whole new senior team since being appointed in January 2015, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Caroline to the team. With her wealth of experience she will play an integral role in strengthening our strategic thinking to help brands spend more time with their audiences. She is an exceptional talent and we look forward to her amplifying our offering.”
Deput added: “Stack has a clear idea of what brands need to do to engage their customers and produces fantastic work. It has a unique blend of creative output, strategy and technology, and employs a brilliant team of talented people – all of which I am hugely excited to be part of.”

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