Accenture Interactive has hired Neil Heymann as its first-ever global chief creative officer. In his role, Heymann (pictured) will be responsible for uniting, enhancing and amplifying creativity across Accenture Interactive’s creative and brand agencies. He will join Accenture Interactive in mid-February 2022.
This news comes a few short months after Accenture Interactive named David Droga its CEO and creative chairman where Droga affirmed his commitment to “put further emphasis on the firm’s creative excellence, coupling it with our world-class ingenuity and proven expertise in Interactive and experiences.”
Accenture appointed Droga in September 1, 2021. The move came as Brian Whipple, who has led Accenture Interactive for the last ten years, announced his retirment from Accenture. Droga was brought in to drive creative excellence, customer experience and business innovation — which leverages the unique capabilities of Interactive, including the power of the depth and breadth of Accenture — to accelerate results that sustain business growth.
Over the past year, Accenture Interactive has added many new clients including Jaguar Land Rover, Petco, L’Oreal Middle East and Molson Coors among others.
Accenture Interactive names David Droga CEO