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Carl Rogers Leaves Grey

After spending just a year as VP, creative director at Grey New York, Carl Rogers is leaving the agency and heading back to his native UK. Rogers, whose last day at Grey happens to be today, served as a global digital CD on Pantene and also worked on accounts including Ketel One, Olive Garden and Pringles during his brief stint.

Prior to Grey, Rogers spent two years across the pond as creative director and head of copy at Critical Mass Europe, leading global digital communications for Rolex, Gucci, Adidas and P&G brands. During his career, he’s served as lead copywriter at Dentsu Amsterdam and StrawberryFrog. From what we’ve been told, Rogers has nothing concrete set but will be interviewing for a few ECD positions on his home turf.

 

 

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