Lowe Worldwide president leaves

MUMBAI: Worldwide president of advertising agency Lowe since 2001, Tim Lindsay has quit the organisation after eight years in the practice.


London based Lindsay is leaving agency after the end of this year. While Lindsay's future choice of career is not known, the agency says Lindsay is leaving to pursue other interests.

According to Lowe & Partners Worldwide chief executive Jerry Judge, the chief executive of Lowe & Partners Worldwide, said Lindsay's position would not be filled. "While I was disappointed by Tim's decision to leave the agency, I respect his wish to take stock of his personal and professional aspirations at this point in his career," said Judge.

"He has been a valued partner to me, and he will be sorely missed. I very much appreciate his willingness to remain on board for several months to affect a smooth transition, " Judge has been quoted as saying in the Guardian today.

Lindsay joined the London agency in 1995 as managing director and was president of the firm's European operations from 1999 to 2001.

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