DDB names Woodford new CEO

Nicholson, Kate
July 2006
Campaign;7/14/2006, Issue 28, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the appointment of Stephen Woodford as the new chairman and chief executive of DDB London. He has succeeded chief executive Paul Hammersley. Woodford aims to resume DDB London to good health and reestablish momentum at the agency. DDB Europe's president Michael Bray has been looking after the London role since the resignation of Hammersley at the end of last year. Woodford worked for 12 years at WCRS. He has been running parent company of WCRS, Engine Group, for the past eight months.


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