Fiona Scott to leave Boys and Girls

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One of the founders of the Boys and Girls agency Fiona Scott is to leave the business after five years. She has sold her equity shareholding in the company. A former senior executive at McConnells, Scott is widely respected in adland. In paying tribute to Scott, Boys and Girls managing director Patrick Meade said she was highly valued by agency and clients alike.

Boys and Girls has a philosophy of ‘Daring Simplicity’. Agency clients include Three Mobile, Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard, Nissan, Topaz, Danone, Dulux, RaboDirect and Digicel. The latest new client is Three’s first online mobile network for 18 to 22 year olds. The agency has also announced  a series of staff appointments and promotions.

Dan Henson is now head of activation. He was formerly with Irish International and EightyTwenty. Sarah Sherry joins as business director from In the Company of Huskies to work on RaboDirect, Nissan, and Energia. Rachel Carey joined as senior copywriter from Publicis and Laurence O’Byrne as senior art director from Ogilvy.

While at Ogilvy, O’Byrne helped created the award-winning ISPCC ads. John Kilkenny has been promoted to head of art. Sinead O’Moore has been made the account director on Three, and Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard (IDPR). Eoin Murphy has been promoted to account director on Digicel, IDPR, Topaz and Topline.

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