27 happy campers join the TBWA crew

This summer,  the harvest has been plentiful for TBWA Belgium. With hard work and bright ideas, our agency gathered the accounts of retailer Delhaize, energy provider Engie and telecoms company Base. The start-up Joyn, a digital loyalty card, also joined our fine record of clients. And meanwhile, our existing portfolio brands like Telenet and McDonald’s kept on flourishing.

Add this all up, and you’ll understand why we needed to recruit some extra hands and minds. They are 27 in total: motion designers, event managers, content creators, account people, a radio specialist, an IT expert, new creative teams and reinforcement for our creative direction. And since we need to keep up with our status as Digital Agency of the Year 2017, we needed some extra digital wizards too.

Which explains the crowded picture in attachment, filled with talented people eager to give their best to our clients. Curious about their names? You’ll find the full list here:

  1. Anne-Sophie Spruyt: Jr Event Manager
  2. Rosemarijn Bol Raap: Account Executive
  3. Jan Bikkembergs: Head of Digital Production
  4. Michael Liekens: Digital Expert
  5. Isabelle Hankard: Account Director
  6. Florence Gobert: Art Director/Graphic Designer
  7. Sofie Gilliams: Jr Content Creator
  8. Jolien Van Heyste: Jr Digital Planner
  9. Julien Riviezzo: Copywriter
  10. Sébastien Verliefde: Art Director
  11. Laura De Deurwaerder: Jr Strategic Planner
  12. Federico Colella - Motion Designer
  13. Anouk van der Wallen: Account Executive
  14. Paulien Putman: Jr PR Consultant
  15. Sara Verstraeten: Account Executive
  16. Frank Marinus: Creative Director
  17. Alexandra Crismer: Jr Content Creator
  18. Niels Janssens: Event Manager
  19. Raisa Vanvoorden: Account Manager
  20. Jérémie Goldwasser: Copywriter
  21. Ad Van Ongeval: Art Director
  22. Joost Postma: IT Helpdesk
  23. Raf Debraekeleer: Radio Director
  24. Steven Janssens: Creative Director
  25. Julie de Troostembergh: Account Executive
  26. Vanessa Sponar: Account Manager
  27. Christophe Liekens: Designer
27 happy campers
27 happy campers
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Valerie Vleminckx TBWA
Valerie Vleminckx TBWA
About TBWA\Belgium

TBWA is not an advertising agency nor a marketing consultant. As The Disruption® Company, it profoundly believes in the power of creativity as an engine for the growth of brands and businesses. It offers integrated services from business and marketing strategy to user-experiences, product innovation, iconic branding, smart media, corporate reputations, and impactful campaigns. All integrated in a full-service proposition across the entire marketing value chain.  

TBWA sees the world through the eyes of Disruption®, a proven collaborative business tool to create step-changing growth. The methodology has a proven track record of business, marketing and communication disruptions created and implemented together with TBWA’s clients. 

TBWA is a global agency, but its approach and entrepreneurship are deeply rooted in the local Belgian market. With over two decades of experience and steady management, TBWA has demonstrated steady growth, robust performance, and strong commitment to Belgian brands and businesses such as Telenet, Delhaize, McDonald’s, D’Ieteren, Lotus, Engie, ING, NMBS, Barco, VRT and counting.  

TBWA measures its success by the growth and success of its clients. Together TBWA and its clients have won 19 Effies over the past 10 years and was awarded Effie Beast (as most rewarded company since the launch of the awards) in 2019.    

The biggest force of TBWA Belgium is its 200 creative minds, with diverse talents and skills, including strategic business and marketing skills, creative craft disciplines and a 70-headed in-house multimedia production unit. All of them work together collaboratively and multidisciplinary to turn ideas into reality with and for clients.  

TBWA is part of the TBWAGroup, a local holding consisting of TBWA and its sister agencies De Vloer and DDB. TBWA Belgium is part of TBWA Worldwide and Omnicom.  


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1930 Zaventem, Belgium