Huge Snags Frog Global Chief Creative Hans Neubert as CCO

He Will Join the Shop in Mid-April

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Huge has appointed Frog Design Global CCO Hans Neubert as its new creative chief, a role that has been vacant for several years.

Mr. Neubert, who will take on the global CCO role in mid-April, will report to Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro. He succeeds Conor Brady, who left the shop at the end of 2013.

Representatives from Huge and Frog Design were not immediately available for comment.

Mr. Neubert joined Frog in 2008 at VP-creative, and in 2014, he was promoted to his most recent role, according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to Frog, he worked at Razorfish, his profile states, and before that he spent time at VSA Partners and Red Sky Interactive.

At the end of 2015, Huge elevated Managing Directors Patricia Korth-McDonnell and Eric Moore into the newly created global roles of chief marketing officer and president-client services, respectively. Around the same time, Huge also hired Jeff Brooks, previously chief commercial officer at MDC's Assembly, to serve as president of New York.