Zaid Al-Zaidy

Zaid Al-Zaidy

Partner, CEO at Above+Beyond
London, Royaume-Uni

A propos

Zaid is an award-winning brand and communications expert with nearly 20 years experience across some of the world’s most iconic brands, both client and agency side.

At Unilever, Zaid propped up a generation's pulling power with the promise of the Lynx Effect. Over in adland, the scent of success followed him across senior strategic roles at Mother and TBWA, as MD of digital agency Saint and most recently as CEO of McCann London, where he led the agency's transformation agenda.

He is an elected member of the Council at the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, a member of the Effie’s UK Steering Committee and was named by City A.M. as one of the UK's Top 30 most influential people in media, advertising and communications. He's even been Alan Sugar's advertising advisor on The Apprentice. But don't hold that against him.

Postes

Partner, Chief Executive Officer
London, Royaume-Uni
May 2016 - Actuellement ici (1 year 3 months)
Chief Executive Officer
London, Royaume-Uni
May 2013 - January 2016 (2 years 8 months)
Chief Strategic Officer
London, Royaume-Uni
September 2010 - May 2013 (2 years 8 months)
Head of Int. Planning & Managing Director of Saint Digital
London, Royaume-Uni
April 2008 - September 2010 (2 years 5 months)
Strategy Director
London, Royaume-Uni
March 2004 - March 2008 (4 years)
Global Marketing Manager, Axe/ Lynx
Belgique
January 1996 - March 2004 (8 years 2 months)

Formation

Master of Arts (MA), Art + Politics of the Middle East

School of Oriental and African Studies, U. of London
1995 - 1996 (1 year)

MA Cantab, Social and Political Science, 2.i

University of Cambridge
1992 - 1995 (3 years)

Associations pro

Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, London

May 2015 - Actuellement ici (2 years 3 months)

Marketing Society,

March 2010 - Actuellement ici (7 years 5 months)

Publications

This is the Age of the Audience (Campaign Magazine)

July 2016
The history of advertising is the history of culture and society. Since World War II, we've seen four distinct eras of communication, each the child of its age. The age of function, the age of emotion and the age of ideology have brought us to where we are today. We are now in the age of the audience - where, for the first time, the people we are trying to reach are in the driving seat. We'd better know how to be welcome passengers

The Diversity prize is a great one, but are you ready for it? (Campaign Magazine)

29 January 2015
A response to the Diversity challenges set out by the IPA

SXSW: the new industrial revolution & digital frontier (Marketing Magazine)

March 2011
Two 'Disruptive' technology trends that marketers should note.

Three ideas for reinventing print media (The Guardian MediaNetwork)

March 2008
How to make print media a modern media.

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