Lavender hires David Lucas and TBWA’s Mark Cimarosti

Lindsay Bennett
By Lindsay Bennett | 25 January 2017
David Lucas and Mark Cimarosti

CX agency Lavender has appointed creative heavyweights Mark Cimarosti and David Lucas as it bolsters its senior creative team.

Cimarosti joins the agency after almost a decade at TBWA as creative director of its direct unit. In his new position at Lavender he will be reunited with ECD and partner Marco Eychenne, who he previously worked with at TBWA.

Cimarosti says: “I’m very excited to be working with Marco again and the great team he and CD Ryan Stubna have built. It’s great to be part of an agency so dedicated to CX as clients realise just how important customer experience is to creating differential experiences.”

Lucas comes to Lavender with over 18 years of direct and digital experience, including stints as a senior writer at M&C Saatchi and With Collective in Sydney as well as many other agencies freelancing over the past 18 months.

He also spent four years as Digital ACD at Wunderman Dubai heading up the Nokia, Unilever, Mars Inc and P&G digital accounts.

Lucas says: “When the opportunity to work at CX agency Lavender presented itself, I jumped at it. The team here is doing incredible work and I can’t wait to be part of it.”

In mid-2016 Lavender appointed a new CEO to lead the agency as founder Will Lavender stepped up into a chairman role.

Eychenne says: “We couldn’t be happier to welcome these incredibly talented individuals to the growing Lavender team as we celebrate our 20th year in business. They are both innovative thinkers with an infectious passion for what they do. I am sure they’ll quickly make their mark on our clients’ business.”

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