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New hires at 180 Amsterdam, Oishii and more

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180 Amsterdam has added creatives Enrique Reija Menendez and Lachlan Palmer-Hubbard to its team. Menendez (left) joins 180 Amsterdam from Havas Worldwide London, where he worked for three years on accounts such as Chivas Regal and Yakult. Prior to that, he freelanced as a creative at Mother London for just over a year, working on Stella Artois, Boots and Dell. He won the 2012 WebAward from The Web Marketing Association for Chivas "Art of Hosting". Palmer-Hubbard (below) joins from Colenso BDDO in Auckland, where his projects included work for V Energy Drink, mentioned In-Book at the D&AD Awards 2013, and a campaign for the New Zealand Book Council. He was also the winner of the Adfest Young Lotus competition 2012.





Brand strategy and integrated creative agency Oishii Creative has appointed Luca Giannettoni as creative director and designer. Giannettoni (left) has served on staff and as a freelancer at studios including Trailer Park, Motion Theory, Brand New School, Logan, MPC, King & Country, Digital Kitchen and The Mill. The company also appointed Sterling Hawkins to the role of consumer experience & business development.





Cultivator Advertising & Design, Denver, has hired Claire Matthews as digital producer, a new position. Previously she was project manager at digital agency Xivic, Inc., Los Angeles, handling development for advertising accounts, such as RPA's Honda.











Dallas-based agency Moroch Partners has hired Brad B. McCormick as its chief digital officer, a new position at the agency. He was previously an independent digital strategy and social engagement consultant at 10 Louder Strategies in Austin, Texas, and has 15 years of global communication experience on clients such as LEGO, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Cisco, Kellogg Company, TiVO, Capital One, Gillette, Xerox PARC and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
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