Grace Wright joins as Global Growth Officer31 October 2022
We're thrilled to welcome Grace Wright as our Global Growth Officer. Grace will lead our growth strategy, raise Imagination’s global profile and support new business across Imagination’s fourteen offices.
A longstanding New Business and Marketing leader for some of the world’s leading creative agencies, Grace joins Imagination from WPP brand consultancy Superunion where she was their first Chief Growth Officer driving new business and diversifying and strengthening agency growth through new offers and diversification strategies. Her experience spans multiple disciplines and she previously led the Marketing and New Business functions for MullenLowe Group UK, AnalogFolk and Rufus Leonard. Prior roles include AKQA, BETC London and DDB.
Grace’s appointment will help drive new business across Imagination’s core offers, Consulting, Destinations, Content and Live. It follows a period of strong growth for the company and a series of senior appointments, including new Heads of Strategy in the UK and EMEA, as well as the appointment of the new Global Environmental Sustainability Lead.
Patrick Reid, CEO at Imagination, said: “We’re pleased to welcome Grace to our expanding global team. She brings her energy, broad experience and strategic approach to design opportunities, both traditional and unconventional, to partner our agency offering with client needs as we continue to grow and diversify our client roster. Grace’s previous experience and client knowledge will prove to be a great asset to Imagination’s short and long-term goals in driving new business and stronger client relationships.”
Grace Wright, Global Growth Officer at Imagination said: “Imagination’s powerful and progressive approach to brand experience is already delivering phenomenal success for their clients. What an amazing opportunity to join the team at this exciting time, building on their recent successes of Brand Experience Agency of the Year, global hires and new client wins to deliver truly transformational global growth.”