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Perfect Fools' Chalmers joins Tribal DDB, 180 promotes Wellesley and more.

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Mark Chalmers
Mark Chalmers
Mark Chalmers, previously creative partner at Perfect Fools, has joined Tribal DDB Amsterdam as executive creative director. Chalmers will work alongside DDB Amsterdam ECDs, Joris Kuijpers and Dylan de Backer, to lead a combined creative floor for DDB & Tribal Amsterdam. He will report to president of Tribal DDB Europe and CEO of the Amsterdam office, Jacco ter Schegget. Before working at Perfect Fools, Chalmers co-founded Creative Social with Daniele Fiandaca in 2004.

Natasha Wellesley
Natasha Wellesley
180LA has promoted Natasha Wellesley to the position of head of production. She replaces former head of production and managing partner Peter Cline, who has left 180 after 14 years working for the agency in both Amsterdam and L.A. Wellesley has worked at 180LA for two years, working for clients such as Adidas ("Weighs On You," "The Bull," "Wake Up") and Boost ("Be Heard"). Prior to joining the agenct, she served as executive producer at BBH London, spearheading the Vodafone and Axe accounts, and before that at HSI London.

Chris Tsao
Chris Tsao
@radical.media has appointed Chris Tsao as managing director and executive producer for its Shanghai office, to expand the company's creative profile in Asia. Tsao, who will report to Frank Scherma and Jon Kamen, has spent 19 years in advertising and production, and joins the company after spending five years as the managing director at Key Point Productions in Shanghai. He has worked with brands including Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Citibank, HSBC Bank, Mercedes Benz, Pepsi, Proctor & Gamble and Unilever.

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