Kate Nicholson
May 6, 2011

Whybin TBWA Tequila expands creative with two new hires

SYDNEY - Whybin TBWA Tequila has announced today a further two new senior creative hires for the Sydney office; Asheen Naidu and Daryl Corps, who join the team as creative heads.

Asheen Naidu and Daryl Corps

Naidu’s 14-year career has taken him through high profile agencies in South Africa, Singapore, New York and most recently, The Campaign Palace in Sydney where he was deputy creative director. His work has won numerous awards including five Cannes Lions and an ADC Gold.

Corps has arrives from London where he started his career with AMV BBDO and was quickly promoted to the board at just 26 years old. From there, he founded the creative...

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