Simon Gwynn
Jun 25, 2019

Apple poaches Publicis Groupe creative chief Nick Law

Law joined French holding company in April 2018 after 17 years at Interpublic's R/GA.

Nick Law

Nick Law, chief creative officer at Publicis Groupe, is leaving the company to take up a position at Apple, chief executive Arthur Sadoun has confirmed in an email to staff.

Reports emerged late on Monday in AdAge that Law would be joining the tech giant in an unspecified role. He will join Apple in September, Sadoun said, just 17 months after he started at Publicis.

When Law’s appointment was announced...

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