2021 GLOBAL MEDIA EXECUTIVE NEIL HARDWICK JOINS RETHINKX AS CEO
|Posted by Administrator (icsusa) on Nov 18 2021|
GLOBAL MEDIA EXECUTIVE NEIL HARDWICK JOINS RETHINKX AS CEO
Today, we are thrilled to announce the appointment of Neil Hardwick, former WPP senior executive, to lead our organization and help build a cutting-edge knowledge development and engagement platform focused on the rapid convergence of technological disruption and its ability to solve the greatest challenges of humankind.
We envision an organization unlike any that has come before. The urgency, gravity and opportunity of this moment in history demands a global platform that harnesses the latest technology, delivers fact-based content that captures the imagination and motivates action, and engages, in new and innovative ways, the critical audiences whose decisions affect the future for us all.
Neil’s extensive media experience and expertise ideally positions him to achieve this goal. Most recently CEO of WPP’s GroupM Vietnam, Neil has directed creative and media companies over 25 years in senior agency management working with the world’s leading brands across 34 countries and multiple geographies in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Neil graduated from CCAT, Cambridge and received his post-graduate degree from the University of Glasgow.
RethinkX has established a solid foundation of data-driven research that reveals diverging future pathways for society. Only by understanding where we are today and the choices we face, can humanity hope to capture the extraordinary opportunities ahead and avoid catastrophic consequences. We are now ready to engage leaders and the public around the world in this urgent but ultimately very optimistic movement.
Our goal is to inspire a global conversation about the opportunities and threats we face, but, most importantly, the choices that can lead to a more equitable, healthy, resilient, and stable society. As a thought leader, your participation in this conversation is crucial.
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