Led Ogilvy’s 3rd biggest international hub and its 2nd most creative office. Helped transform the office by winning new breed of Clients from Netflix, Huawei, KFC to Grey Goose. Aside from numerous awards at Cannes, Webby’s and the Clios, the agency was recognised as D&AD 2014 Advertising Agency of the year, Client of the Year (silver) and Digital agency of the year (bronze).
Over Philip's tenure Ogilvy became T.C.C.C.’s biggest global communications partner and the business partnership tripled in 6 years. The partnership bore the famous global activation campaign ‘Share a Coke’, the first Cannes Grand Prix in China for Coke and in 2012 Ogilvy won 16 Cannes Lions for The Coca-Cola Company and was the largest contributor to The Coca-Cola Company being awarded 2013 Cannes Advertiser of the year. Philip also personally created the concept for the much awarded ‘Sharing Can’.
Responsible for 5 years leading the Agency’s largest and most prestigious heritage account Volkswagen. Led the transition to a fully integrated (retail, advertising, digital) team. The results delivered on both peaks of creativity and effectiveness. Richly awarded for iconic campaigns such as Golf ‘Singing in the rain’ to Golf ‘Night drive’, the team won in 2006 both the IPA most effective client and most awarded advertiser in the Gunn Report.
Over 7 years of leading Harvey Nichols where Philip helped restore its brand reputation in the UK and helped its global expansion. The work has been recognised at most festivals, of note 7 D&AD yellow pencils, a Grand Clio, co-wrote a bronze APG and in 2006 the Gunn Report voted the Calendar campaign the most awarded print campaign in the world.