Campaign India Team
Apr 07, 2008

Orr to leave Grey for new opportunities

Grey Global Group’s creative veteran Jeff Orr (pictured) is leaving the network to pursue other creative opportunities.Orr ends an 11-year term within the WPP network, latterly as lead creative overseeing Grey’s portfolio of Procter & Gamble clients.Mike Amour, chairman and CEO of Grey Asia Pacific, said: “Jeff will be pursuing new creative business opportunities outside of Grey from the middle of the year. We’re delighted that he will continue to work with us on a freelance basis.”

Orr to leave Grey for new opportunities

Grey Global Group’s creative veteran Jeff Orr (pictured) is leaving the network to pursue other creative opportunities.
Orr ends an 11-year term within the WPP network, latterly as lead creative overseeing Grey’s portfolio of Procter & Gamble clients.

Mike Amour, chairman and CEO of Grey Asia Pacific, said: “Jeff will be pursuing new creative business opportunities outside of Grey from the middle of the year. We’re delighted that he will continue to work with us on a freelance basis.”

Orr was previously regional creative director of Grey before the arrival of Todd McCracken. Orr continued to run the P&G business after the departure of McCracken, and the subsequent establishment of Grey’s regional creative council.

Amour confirmed that Orr will continue to work on P&G for Grey, as well as other international clients, and that there would be no direct replacement sought.

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