Scott Hunter heads for MPG to lead international unit

Scott Hunter heads for MPG to lead international unit

Scott Hunter: MPG international role

MPG UK has poached Tim Scott Hunter from Zenith Worldwide Media to be head of international business.

Scott Hunter is replacing Clare Jones who has moved to the US. He will head up MPG's international team, handling clients such as Airbus, Iomega, Credit Suisse and Orange.

At Zenith, he worked as a media director since 1999 and was responsible for clients such as HSBC.

MPG managing director Marc Mendoza said: "We are delighted Tim has decided to join MPG UK. He has fantastic international experience and I feel sure that this will prove an invaluable asset to MPG UK as we expand our international client list."

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