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Today R/GA ECD Nick Law steps up to take the chief creative officer role at the company, assuming the title previously held by chairman/CEO/founder Bob Greenberg, who will remain global chief creative officer. As CCO, Law will take the reigns on RGA's overall creative vision as the company further develops its model around the creation of multi-platform brand experiences and founder Greenberg's oft-touted cause of "efficient digital production." The Aussie native has spent five years at R/GA, most recently as ECD on the multi-awarded Nike account, which includes sites like Nikelab.com, nikegridiron.com, nikebasketball.com and nikewomen.com. Law's 20-year career in advertising, design and marketing also includes previous stints at FGI, DMB&B in London, Pentagram and New York's Diefenbach Elkins (now FutureBrand). For further lowdown on Law, including his thoughts on the finer points of collaboration and teambuilding for multi-channel campaigns, check out his Q&A from our February creatives report.