Mainardo de Nardis, Government Vice President of Omnicom Media Group, introduced this morning to workers that he would depart his put up and go away the world of portfolio corporations after almost 40 years.
Final September, Nardis stepped down as chief govt of WTO's largest media community, OMD, underneath the succession of his successor, Florian Adamski.
"We’re on the level the place our business is closing a chapter and opening a brand new one, and I wish to be a part of the brand new, not the previous," Nardis instructed easymoneylab.
"We had race, however generally it’s a must to be courageous and soar."
Mainardo de Nardis, Government Vice President of Omnicom Media Group
The outgoing govt believes he can contribute extra exterior than inside, which suggests he doesn’t plan to go away the promoting business, however will in all probability now not work in a holding firm.
Expressing the need to be "extra versatile and extra entrepreneurial", he mentioned, "I don’t wish to stay in a cage".
"That doesn’t imply I don’t remorse something," added Nardis. "We had race. However generally it’s a must to be courageous and soar. "
He was not prepared to debate particular initiatives sooner or later, however he mentioned that he would keep within the media and advertising, thus calling the sector wherein he wished to work because the age of 18 years previous.
After learning economics at Bocconi College in Milan, the Italian started his profession on the native headquarters of Y & R, which was then his personal mini-holding firm. He then held senior positions in different WPP and Dentsu companies earlier than changing into World CEO of MDG in 2009. Throughout his nine-year tenure, the community has landed or saved key accounts equivalent to: as Johnson & Johnson, Pepsi, McDonald's, Visa and Apple. . This success prompted easymoneylab to call OMD its international multimedia company of the 12 months for 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2014.
Based on a report launched this week by OMD stays the world's and the US's largest media when it comes to billing and market share, regardless of its share of challenges over the previous decade. 12 months or two
" Our business, as we all know it, is coming to an finish … it's very clear," Nardis mentioned. "I wish to attempt to construct one thing differently – in a sooner and smarter approach."
He added: "2019 would be the 12 months of change".