One of our young talented Art Directors, Kristof Goossens, is heading for Stockholm where he is one of the lucky few who got into Hyper Island. Well, “lucky” isn’t the right word. Knocking yourself through four creative rounds and convincing a pro jury to let you be one of the few foreign students, isn’t really the definition of “lucky”. That’s why Leo Burnett Brussels is very proud, but also a bit sad, to let this young bird fly. Kristof will start a one-year education as Interactive Art Director where he will constantly work on projects of the world’s biggest brands. At the end of the year he has to prove himself during a three-month internship at a leading agency. We have no doubt that he will succeed and secretly hope that he will find his way back to Leo Burnett Brussels. But anyway, we wish him all the luck in the world, but especially in Sweden.
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Let's welcome Karen as our new Account Executive. Karen holds a master degree in Communication Sciences from the KUL. She further expanded her digital knowhow at EMS, where she achieved a postgraduate in digital marketing & communication. After her studies, she already experienced advertising life in 2 different agencies. Karen is convinced that positivity, optimism and creativity are the drivers for doing a great job!
We like to win awards at Leo Burnett Brussels. Not just for the fun of it, but as a consequence for the work we did for our clients. Ask Fiat, ask the Reading Foundation. And they will happily explain you why we won Silver and Bronze Cannes Lions, Eurobest and Epica awards for their campaigns in 2012.