FleishmanHillard Fishburn appoints new creative director

FleishmanHillard Fishburn has appointed a new creative director and partner, Kevin O’Sullivan.

Kev O'Sullivan 1O’Sullivan previously held a head of creative role at Bell Pottinger, and prior to that a director role at Blue Rubicon.

He said: “It was pretty much love at first sight for me with FHF. The role is big, broad and just the right amount of scary. The agency’s evolved wonderfully and seen so much success in a very short period of time. Basically, I feel I’ve taken one of the most exciting positions in town.”

Jim Donaldson, CEO of FHF, added: “We’re super excited to have secured Kevin as our new creative director. He is central to our plans across the agency and is exactly the sort of person we want to attract to build on our success since the merger between FleishmanHillard and Fishburn – energetic, ambitious, strategic and collaborative.”

Omnicom PR agencies FleishmanHillard and Fishburn announced their plan to merge UK operations in November 2015.

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