Deloitte Digital hires head of creative technology

Paige Murphy
By Paige Murphy | 24 June 2021
Emad Tahtouh

Digital creative consultancy Deloitte Digital has announced the appointment of Emad Tahtouh to the role of principal, leading the growing creative technology and creative assets functions of the business.

Tahtouh joins Deloitte Digital after most recently leading the creative technology company Nakatomi, where he helped create some of the decade’s most award-winning work.

The new role will see Tahtouh working alongside Deloitte Digital’s chief creative officer, Matt Lawson, and head of assets, Brad Milliken, to develop innovative and ownable products, services, and experiences for clients in Australia and across the Asia Pacific region. 

“The team and capability at Deloitte Digital is second to none. It is an advanced and rapidly growing powerhouse of creative, design and Implementation capability, and having the opportunity to work in both the creative technology and assets teams gives me the ability to help shape and build new Innovations that bridge both worlds," Tatouh says.

“I have a burning desire to make things better, by using technology to enhance people’s lives and bring rich and meaningful experiences to the world. Matt and Brad have both built incredibly talented teams, that are producing world class and highly successful work. I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining the team.”

Deloitte Digital chief creative officer Matt Lawson says: “We’ve been in awe of the work that Emad and team have produced over the last ten years, and we can’t wait to see what he can do in a place like this with the resources at his disposal.”

Brad Milliken, Head of Deloitte Consulting’s Asset Program said: “Emad will help turbocharge our products and solutions. His experience is not that of your traditional consultant, which is why we’re excited to see how he can help us change the way consulting happens.”

Tahtouh’s appointment comes at a time of growth for Deloitte Digital, with the local business now employing over 700 creative and digital specialists across Australia.

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