NEWS31 January 2018

Crowd DNA makes changes at the top

News People UK

UK – Founder of cultural insights and innovation agency Crowd DNA, Andy Crysell, has taken on a new group managing director role and Dr Matilda Andersson has been made managing director in London.

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Crysell (pictured) will oversee development across its offices in London, Amsterdam and New York, while exploring growth opportunities and agency innovations and communications.

Andersson was previously insight & innovation director and as London managing director she will have full responsibility for the agency’s main office and its 30-strong team. The insight & innovation director role will be filled by new-hire, Elyse Pigram.

Pigram joins from RDSi and she also spent seven years at GALKAL in Australia, where key clients included Netflix and Disney.

Crysell said: “These exciting changes, including much deserved promotions, pave the way for the next stage of Crowd DNA. They set us up perfectly for taking the London office to a higher level, while we simultaneously explore new markets, growth plans and fresh ways to provide culturally-relevant strategy and insights to our global clients.”