The award-winning marketing and creative advertising agency has exalted its Chief Operating Officer to the position of Chief Executive Officer with effective January 1, 2020.
Taiwo Agboola now as CEO will oversee the processes at 7even Interactive and drive the business to achieve and surpass business goals. He will spearhead the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies and processes at 7even Interactive.
Bringing his over 15 years cumulative experience and expertise in the advertising industry to bear on his new role at 7even Interactive, Taiwo will lead the team to take giant strides in advertising, marketing, digital marketing, and media buying.
Reacting to his new appointment and the successes 7even Interactive has enjoyed in the recent past, Taiwo said, “As an agency, we have come a long way. And as our house grows, it has become inevitable to restructure our operations. To this end, the board of directors of 7even Interactive has entrusted me with the role of Chief Executive Officer. It’s a new day for us at 7even Interactive, we have achieved so much and we have the opportunity to do so much more.”
Prior to 7even Interactive, Taiwo had worked with 141 Worldwide Ltd., ZK Advertising Nigeria, FK:G2 and Insight Communication Ltd., servicing clients in sectors such as fast-moving consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and media among many others.
7even Interactive is a full-service marketing communication agency with a specialty in advertising, digital services, and media strategy implementation with a mission to help companies and individuals grow and nurture their brand with well-crafted marketing communications.
Founded in 2014, 7even Interactive is one of the youngest agencies in the industry with a clientele that includes Hero Beer, Fidelity Bank, Uber, Power Oil, and Regal Gin, among others.
In 2017, 7even Interactive recorded an unprecedented feat as the only 2017 Loeries Award winner to emerge in the entire West African sub-region. The winning work tagged “FrixionVodka” at the annual awards in Durban, South Africa, was a self-funded and very impactful Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative against RAPE, a global social menace.