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Traffik Promotes Two On Management Team, Appoints ECD

Submitted by on March 21, 2016 – 11:10 am

Traffik_Meet the Team_Lindsay Adrianne and ChrisTraffik has just announed the Toronto-based agency has  made a new  hire and two promotions as they aim to reinforce the creative agency’s commitment to helping their clients.

Adrianne Wotherspoon has been promoted to the role of General Manager,  prior to the promotion she was the agency’s Vice President of Strategy for the last 3 years.  In her new role, Adrianne assumes responsibility for the client service, creative, strategy and production teams, while creating the right climate to support a high-performing, satisfying culture within the organization. In the past, she has held VP-level roles in in client service and creative services at McLaren McCann and planning at BBDO.

Chris Davies has been appointed Traffik’s new Executive Creative Director and will be responsible for providing the agency with leadership from both a business and craft perspective. Prior to being part of the Traffik team, Chris was most recently at H+K Strategies (formally Hill+Knowlton), where he built a creative department within a PR firm, and BIMM, where he gained experience in the shopper marketing world. Previously, he has had creative leadership posts at Taxi, ACLC, and Euro RSGC.

Finally, Lindsay Ternoway has been promoted to Director of Client Services, Lindsay has been a member of Traffik’s client service team for more than 5 years. As Director of Client Services, Lindsay will manage and provide mentorship to the client service team, and assume responsibility for the strategic growth of the department. She will work with cross-functional teams to deliver strong results for our clients, developing best practices and processes that drive growth.


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Dave Forde

Dave “The Connector” Forde has been involved in the technology industry across Canada for over 10 years in sales and marketing roles, he launched PR In Canada, and on Profectio.

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