We are really excited to announce that Colin Goad has joined MGA as our Head of Creative.
He joins us from Redhouselane where he was Design Director, having previously held roles at Wardour Communications and Weber Shandwick.
Colin has over 20 years’ industry experience working on blue chip clients such as KIA, BAE Systems, Government departments, AQA and Coca-Cola to name but a few. He has provided design solutions and creative insight to brands at board level and delivered complex internal communication solutions for the NHS, whilst helping the various Government departments tackle the perception of their brand from an internal point of view. Colin has also run creative reviews of Coca-Cola’s northern European internal communication channel, Contour magazine, that enabled them to deliver a magazine that stood up as a ‘Newsstand’ quality magazine. Having graduated from the LCC in 1996, he has since returned to the institution in the capacity as a mentor to their post graduates, with a belief that it is important to help nurture the next generation of creatives and designers to help the industry benefit from the talent that the LCC holds.
Damien Millns, Group Managing Director, commented: “We’re thrilled that Colin has joined the MGA family and it is great to have him on-board. I really like the balance that he brings as a real creative thinker with a sleeves rolled up mind-set. He has a massive amount of experience having worked on a whole host of integrated marketing solutions and I know he will bring an awful lot to our already talented creative team.”
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