Customer engagement agency Partners Andrews Aldridge has poached OgilvyOne’s Aaron Goldring for the role of executive creative director.
At Ogilvy Goldring held the role of creative director and head of experience design. Prior to that he was the digital creative director at DDB Group New Zealand.
Goldring will oversee a 27-strong creative department at Partners, working closely with current creative directors Richard Worrow and Ross Newton, as well as the agency’s founder and chairman Steve Aldridge. He will report to Partners’ chief executive Martin Nieri.
Nieri said of the appointment: “This is a pivotal hire for Partners Andrews Aldridge. We searched high and low to make sure we found the perfect person for it. We were looking for someone unique, who could add an extra spark and take us to the next level. Aaron fits the bill entirely. His track record speaks for itself and he completely shares our values and ambitions.”
Part of the Engine Group, Partners Andrews Aldridge currently works with clients including E.ON, Santander, Nestlé, B&Q and BACS.