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Ana and Hermeti Balarin take charge as ECDs at Mother London

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Ana and Hermeti Balarin take charge as ECDs at Mother London

 Having made their way through the ranks of creative agency Mother London over the past nine years, Ana Balarin and Hermeti Balarin were recently raised to Executive Creative Directors. 

They will join the London management team, working alongside Managing Director Sara Tate and Joint Heads of Strategy Chris Gallery & Katie Mackay to continue to drive the agency’s creative reputation that has consistently built up over the past two decades.
Robert Saville said, “This is a big deal for Mother London. Handing creative leadership to a new generation is not something Mark and I do lightly. In Ana and Hermeti that decision is a no-brainer; they have it all.”

The husband and wife pair will be tasked with leading the creative department, and continuing to cultivate a spirit of creative excellence among the next generation of Mother London talent.

Ana and Hermeti Balarin who have been spent a large part of their careers at Mother London and have worked on almost every one of the agency’s clients said, “We humbly accept the honour of leading Mother’s legendary creative output through its next era.”

Mother London, an independent creative agency at the heart of advertising, experiential, digital, design, and product development has worked with world renowned brands like Stella Artois, IKEA, Boots, Unilever, the UN and Coca-Cola amongst many others.

Tags Mother London Ana Balarin Hermeti Balarin Sara Tate Chris Gallery Katie Mackay

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