BBH has appointed Alex Grieve as its new Global and UK Chief Creative Officer, succeeding Joakim Borgström who is leaving the agency.
Grieve previously spent 14 years at BBH from 1996-2010 and is now returning to lead the agency’s creative work globally. He will also take up the role of CCO of BBH London, the agency’s founding office, will co-chair the BBH Global Board with Annette King, CEO of Publicis Groupe UK, and lead the BBH Creative Council with creatives from across the BBH offices.
The appointment is effective in April.
He joins BBH from AMV BBDO where he was CCO, winning the Global Agency of the Year at Cannes, D&AD and The One Show in 2021. For the past two years, WARC has named him as the top CCO in the UK. In 2019 he was ranked the number one creative director in the world at Cannes Lions.