Denstu Aegis Network appoints Henry Tajer as CEO

  • Advertising
  • January 21, 2019
  • StopPress Team
Denstu Aegis Network appoints Henry Tajer as CEO

Dentsu Aegis Network has appointed Henry Tajer to the role of chief executive officer Australia and New Zealand.

Tajer has more than two decades of experience spanning media, creative and digital services, and joins the group from Amazon, where he held the role of managing director – media services.

Previous international leadership roles include global chief executive officer at IPG Mediabrands and APAC president at Universal McCann.

Speaking of the appointment, Denstu Aegis Network APAC chief executive officer Nick Waters says he is delighted to bring Tajer into the group.

“We have a large and diverse business across Australia and New Zealand which requires the high calibre leadership that Henry will provide. An exceptional operator, Henry’s appointment will reinforce our leadership position as we enable our clients and staff to navigate the complexities of a rapidly changing market.”

Tajer says he is excited to join Dentsu Aegis Network and team.

“The opportunity to be part of a diverse, progressive and agile organisation like DAN was one I couldn't resist. I can't wait to get to know the team and work with our clients to enjoy shared success moving forward. The Australian advertising market is one of the most exciting in the world. I feel very lucky to be a part of it.”

Tajer assumes the new role from February 18 and will be based at Dentsu Aegis Network’s Sydney office.

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