Shanghai-based creative boutique agency TOMORROW has appointed Mihai Gongu as executive creative director.
Joining from Jung von Matt in Berlin, Gongu started his new position on 15 September. In his role at Jung von Matt, Mihai has coordinated creative output on BMW, MINI, Thomas Cook Airlines and Sixt accounts. Prior to this, Gongu held executive creative director roles in BBDO and GMP, and was a regional creative director on Mars and a group creative director in the Allianz Worldwide team.
Gongu has also served as a jury member in various international festivals including NYF, The Intercontinental Cup, AdStars, AutoVision, ADCE Awards and Eurobest, and has been a jury president at Golden Drum. He was also a teacher of integrated campaigns at the Miami Ad School in Berlin and the Cannes Lions Academy.
“I admire the impressive roster of clients that Rogier (Bikker, CEO of TOMORROW) and the team have managed to attract with their passion and hard work here at TOMORROW. I am happy to join a digital-first agency which dares to explore ideas beyond digital, in all sort of unconventional ways. A place that is moving at the speed of culture, not just solving business problems, but also bringing nation-wide fame to the brands in its portfolio,” commented Gongu.