Wunderman Thompson Benelux is proud to announce the appointment of Chris Baylis as its new Executive Creative Director within the International Business Unit. Chris will be responsible for the creative leadership for the agency's international clients, reporting directly into the agency's Chief Creative Officer Sandra Bold. Chris brings over 20 years of experience in the advertising industry and has worked with some of the world's most recognisable brands. He is known for his unique and creative approach to developing integrated campaigns across multiple channels.

Prior to joining Wunderman Thompson Benelux, Chris served as the Executive Creative Director at several leading agencies in Amsterdam and London (Tribal DDB Amsterdam, Dentsu Creative and Iris London to name a few). He has won numerous awards for his outstanding work, including Cannes Lions, Eurobest, D&AD, and One Show pencils. In his new role, Chris will lead the creative team at Wunderman Thompson Benelux, working closely with clients to deliver innovative solutions that drive results.

We are thrilled to have Chris on board as our Executive Creative Director for our International Business Unit. His wealth of experience and creativity will undoubtedly take our creative output to the next level and help us continue to inspire growth and deliver impactful campaigns that exceed our international clients' expectations.

Erwin Jansen

CEO Wunderman Thompson Benelux


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