Nick Garrett joins Deloitte Digital, retains connection with in-house consultancy Lution
Former Clemenger BBDO CEO Nick Garrett has joined digital creative consultancy Deloitte Digital, working alongside current partners Adrian Mills and Matt Lawson. Garrett will continue to have involvement with in-housing consultancy Lution, which he set up with former CUB CMO Chris Maxwell earlier this year.
What you need to know:
- Nick Garrett, the former Clemenger BBDO CEO, is joining Deloitte Digital.
- He will step into the role nine months after founding in-housing consultancy Lution, alongside former CUB CMO Chris Maxwell.
- It is understood Garrett will remain involved in a reduced capacity and retain his investment in Lution.
Digital creative consultancy Deloitte Digital has appointed former Clemenger BBDO boss Nick Garrett to lead its creative business out of Sydney.
Garrett joins Adrian Mills and Matt Lawson as the third partner in Deloitte Creative, focussed on connecting creativity across the Deloitte business and client base.
Earlier this year, Garrett became one of the founding members in Lution, an in-house consultancy, alongside former CUB CMO Chris Maxwell and backed by former global CMO at Bacardi, Andy Gibson, and founder of Present Company, Marty Wirth.
Lution confirmed that Garrett, who was primarily working on a project-to-project basis with the start-up while running his own independent consultancy, will continue his involvement in the business as an advisory board member and retain his investment in the business.
“I have loved the last eighteen months working for myself consulting across a huge variety of clients, from large, established organisations through to up-and-coming start-ups. But there are some things that instantly feel right, and joining the Deloitte Digital team is one of them," Garrett said.
Garrett’s appointment comes at a time of growth for Deloitte Digital, with the local business now employing over 800 digital and creative specialists across Australia. His appointment is effective immediately.
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