Pete Bosilkovski resigns as CEO of Clemenger BBDO Sydney
Pete Bosilkovski has resigned as CEO of Clemenger BBDO Sydney. After helming the agency through the pandemic, he's taking time out to spend more time with family before deciding what to do next.
What you need to know:
- Pete Bosilkovski has resigned as CEO of Clemenger BBDO Sydney, leaving at the end of the month.
- He has decided to take a break and spend more time with his family, as he decides what to do next.
Pete Bosilkovski has resigned as chief executive of creative shop Clemenger BBDO Sydney. He will leave at the end of October.
He has made the decision to take a break and spend more time with his family, looking to explore new opportunities in his career.
“Leading a company throughout the pandemic has been extremely rewarding and challenging in my career as a leader,” Bosilkovski said in a statement.
“I have learnt a lot about myself as a professional, a husband and as a dad. This period has certainly made me reflect on all aspects of my life, and I will take some time out to explore a different path and opportunity.”
Clemenger Group Chairman and CEO Robert Morgan said: “We are obviously disappointed that Pete will step down from this role, but we wish him well in the next phase of his career and thank him for his contribution to the agency.”
Bosilkovski has led both Leo Burnett and VMLY&R ANZ as CEO before being appointed Clemenger BBDO CEO in August 2019.
Clemenger said it will announce Bosilkovski’s successor “in due course”.
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