Partners Andrews Aldridge managing partner Paul Vallois has quit the business after five years to take up the role of managing director of mobile and digital agency Nimbletank.
Founded in 2011, the agency claims to the place mobile at the heart of its offering through strategic insight, creative and technical solutions. Its clients include Santander, Vox Cinemas and OneTrace.
Vallois, who was also a partner at parent Engine Group, had led Partners’ new business efforts since joining from CMW (now Stack) in 2012.
During this time he has run the global weight loss brand Alli on the GSK account and led the global launch of the Ferrari GT. Vallois has also worked with on The Glenlivet, Prudential, Nestle and Apple accounts.
He started his career in 1998 at intermediary RSW, before joining Baber Smith a year later in a new business role. He stayed there for more than 6 years and then took up the same position at MBA.
Vallois was recruited by Martin Nieri, who was CMW managing director at the time; the duo were reunited soon after Nieri quit to join Partners.
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