Campaigns & Grey Philippines has named Rizzo Tangan and Noel Orosa to share the role of executive creative director following the exit Ompong Remigio.
This marks the second senior executive who left Campaigns & Grey this year. Last July, group chairperson and founder Yoly Ong stepped down from her post and was promptly succeeded by by joint CEOs Boboy Consunji and Cherry Gutierrez.
Other appointments in response to Remigio's exit include include Lovel Aniag and Jody Castillo (digital writer with Bacon), both taking on the role of associate creative director and Mags Sandoval as deputy ECD.
Tangan (right) has over two decades of experience, which includes five years at McCann working on Nestle, Nescafe, Unilever and Coca-Cola. She returned to Campaigns & Grey, her first agency, in 2006 from Wolfpac Mobile as creative director for Joy Dishwashing Liquid.
Orosa (left) rejoins Campaigns & Grey after a brief stint as an ECD at Rapp Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. He is noted for his metal haul, which includes awards from the Advertising Congress and Creative Guild, Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, New York Festivals and AD STARS.
“Having led Campaigns & Grey for years, we thank Ompong for her contribution and wish her all the best in her future endeavours, Cherry Gutierrez, joint CEO of Campaigns & Grey, said.
￼“Rizzo and Noel have demonstrated their abilities to lead the team at the helm of the creative department. I am sure we will see great results,” said Boboy Consunji, also joint CEO of Campaigns & Grey, adds.