The Neale Agency recruits Chris Page to the board
Chris Page, former managing director of Communique and an agency veteran, has joined The Neale Agency as a director.
Chris, whose previous position was managing director of the full-service, live communications company Communique and has a 25-year career in agency management, joins the board of The Neale Agency as it prepares itself for further global growth.
Martin Neale, The Neale Agency’s managing director, commented that Chris would bring to The Neale Agency "tremendous business acumen and an understanding of our industry from every perspective".
He added: "I am delighted to welcome Chris Page to our board. His diverse knowledge and experience will make a strong contribution as we oversee the delivery of our corporate strategy and business plan in the next phase of our expansion."
Commenting on his appointment, Chris said: “I am really pleased to be joining The Neale Agency. It’s an incredibly exciting organisation with a terrific vision for the future. I’m really looking forward to meeting the team and the challenge ahead.”
One team member Chris won’t need to meet is his former colleague Tory Llewellyn, who heads up Periscope Live, which is part of The Neale Agency group. Tory and Chris worked together at Communique for six years, on projects for brands such as Orange, EE, Panasonic and Lloyds Banking Group.
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