More NewsAjello Departs Agency.com

Ajello Departs Agency.com

Agency.com Group Creative Director Tom Ajello is moving on after nearly three years with the firm. He joined the agency's itraffic subsidiary in 2004 and became briefly notorious last year for spearheading Agency.com's YouTube pitch for Subway

ajello.jpegAgency.com Group Creative Director Tom Ajello is moving on after nearly three years with the firm. He joined the agency’s itraffic subsidiary in 2004 and became briefly notorious last year for spearheading Agency.com’s YouTube pitch for Subway. The company is interviewing candidates to replace him as head of creative for its New York office. His is the latest in a string of executive departures at Agency.com.

“This has been a tough decision for Tom, but he is ready to move on to a bigger role that was not available to him at Agency.com,” the company said in a statement. The statement added Ajello is a new father and will spend time with his new baby before pursuing future opportunities.

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