Leo Burnett veteran Mark Tutssel to retire after 34 years with company
Tutssel will stay on until June to help in the transition process
Published - May 3, 2019 11:41 AM Updated: May 3, 2019 11:41 AM
Mark Tutssel, Executive Chairman of Leo Burnett is set to retire after 34 years with the company, state news reports. Tutssel will stay on until June and work with Nick Law, Chief Creative Officer of Publicis Groupe, and the Leo Burnett Global Creative Council to help in the transition process.
In 2006, Tutssel was named Global Chief Creative Officer and has created campaigns for several notable brands including Samsung, McDonald’s, P&G and Coca-Cola.
Speaking on Tutssel's retirement, Nick Law, Chief Creative Officer of Publicis Groupe said, "Mark is a legend and a close personal friend. The body of work that he has presided over is second to none. His impact on the industry and his leadership of one of the world’s great creative agencies cannot be overstated. It will be a privilege to spend the coming months with him making sure that we extend and build on his vision for Leo." "I'm confident that the talent and tenacity of Leo Burnett’s creative leadership will continue to help grow our client’s business," he added.
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