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Arnold steps down at AMV

Rosie Arnold (pictured) is to step down from her role as creative partner at AMV BBDO.

Arnold was most recently head of art and creative partner but spent 33 years at BBH, where rose to creative director, prior to joining AMV two years ago.

The creative chief will continue her involvement with

 

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