Guerretta quits Aegis agency

LONDON - Nicole Guerretta, the managing director of Aegis out-of-home agency Source, has left to pursue interests outside the group.

Steve Bond, managing director of Posterscope
Steve Bond, managing director of Posterscope

She has worked at Source, previously known as Concord, for 13 years and it is not known whether she has a job to go to.

Steve Bond, managing director of Aegis's larger out-of-home agency, Posterscope, said Guerretta had been a key member of the Source team and wanted a fresh challenge.

Source clients include the alcopop WKD, Citroën, BT, DDB London, Peugeot, Nestlé, Dairy Crest and Mars.

Source claims to differ from other agencies by doing the strategic planning for clients and then working with Poster­scope to get the right price when buying campaigns.

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