303Lowe hires digital and innovation head

By AdNews | 21 November 2014

Full service advertising agency 303Lowe has appointed Brad Morris as managing partner for digital and innovation.

Morris joins 303Lowe from UK digital agency Poke, where he led its principal account, EE, Britain’s largest mobile operator, which has 26 million customers.

During his time at Poke, Morris was responsible for all the digital campaign work for Orange Telecom UK, before leading the brand launch of EE, which was Britain’s first 4G network.

Prior to Poke, Morris’ experience includes work for The FA, Manchester City Football Club, NatWest, British Airways, Mercedes, EDF Energy and Virgin Media, all driven out of London.

Nick Cleaver, CEO of 303Lowe, said: “We are delighted to welcome Brad into the 303Lowe family. We wanted to find the most exciting talent in the digital ideas space and after a global search were delighted to discover Brad. He’s an inspiring leader and has knowledge of technology through everything he does. Brad will join our senior management team as a key architect of how we continue to evolve our fully integrated offer.”

Of his appointment Morris said: “It’s great to join the team at 303Lowe. 303Lowe is an agency that embraces strategically led creativity and has demonstrated the potency of its work with its Effie performance. It has the clients, talent and ambition to do great things and that’s something I’m excited to be a part of.”

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