Following a brief stint at Publicis Groupe, Neil Heymann will join Accenture Interactive as its first global chief creative officer. This marks a return for Heyman who was previously global chief creative officer at Accenture Interactive-owned creative agency Droga5 for more than a decade. He will once again join David Droga, who was named CEO and creative chairman of Accenture Interactive in August.
He will join the company in February 2022 and work with Accenture Interactive-owned agencies including Droga5, The Monkeys, Karmarama, and Rothco servicing clients including Land Rover, Petco, Jaguar, L’Oréal Middle East, and Molson Coors, as well
Heymann previously spent 10 months at Publicis Groupe as a founding partner and chief creative officer of Le Truc, in New York.
Heymann first joined Droga5 in 2009 as a digital associate creative director before going on to lead some of the agency’s highly-noted campaigns for clients such as Blue Apron, MailChimp, and Jay-Z.
He ascended to the Executive Creative Director role in 2018 following Ted Royer’s departure after reports of misconduct.