POSSIBLE Names John Cunningham Global Chief Technology Officer
Global digital creative agency POSSIBLE has announced the appointment of John Cunningham as its new Global Chief Technology Officer.
Based in London and reporting to Global CEO Shane Atchison, John will lead all of POSSIBLE’s global technology initiatives, ensuring advancements in technology are used to support the agency’s creative vision.
Shane Atchison, Global CEO, POSSIBLE, says: “We are delighted to welcome John as the new Global Chief Technology Officer. At POSSIBLE we are all about breathing in technology and breathing out creativity. In this position, John will truly redefine the role—he brings with him a unique blend of technological expertise, matched with a strong track-record of delivering creative solutions for clients. John is perfectly placed to move forward the technology developments in the agency as we continue to create world-class campaigns that meet our client’s business needs.”
Commenting on his appointment, John Cunningham, adds: "I love seeing how tech can be best used to enhance brand accessibility and inform the creative process. POSSIBLE will provide me with the perfect platform from which the team and I can really push the boundaries of where data, technology and creativity meet."
Neil Miller, CEO, POSSIBLE London, concludes: “John has that rare gift of being able to explain complex technologies to CMOs in a way that makes sense and is exciting, relevant and smart. He is also equally able to work with CTOs and provide them with the reassurance they need on large and complex IT implementations.”
Boasting a background in electronic design and formerly Chief Technology Officer EMEA at Razorfish, John has a passion and history for developing effective technology solutions for leading brands including AstraZeneca, McDonald’s, Audi, Lloyds Banking Group, O2 and Unilever.
Prior to this, John served as Head of Creative & Technology at Pixelpark, where he managed the Convergence Studios team based in London and worked across accounts in Europe.