Rivet promotes Ngai and Henwood

Rivet Toronto has promoted Todd Henwood to the position of vice-president, creative director, and Margaret Ngai as vice-president, data and technology, the agency announced Tuesday. “Todd joined us two years ago as creative director and his leadership across our growing roster of brands has been instrumental to our success, including multiple industry awards. This promotion […]

Rivet Toronto has promoted Todd Henwood to the position of vice-president, creative director, and Margaret Ngai as vice-president, data and technology, the agency announced Tuesday.

Margaret Ngai and Todd Henwood

“Todd joined us two years ago as creative director and his leadership across our growing roster of brands has been instrumental to our success, including multiple industry awards. This promotion is a testament to his strength as a leader, thinker and innovator” said Angèle Lévesque, president of Rivet, in a statement.

“With over 18 years experience leading technology-based solutions for digital marketing and CRM programs, Margaret is integral to our success,” she added.

According to Rivet, both Ngai and Henwood are assuming more responsibility in their respective roles and are not replacing anyone.

Henwood has previously worked on brands such as Microsoft, Rogers, Bank of Montreal and Nintendo. He also led the digital creative and production teams for the global launch of Dell Power Edge Servers, helped launch the XPS series of notebooks, and participated in the global re-branding of AlienWare.

Ngai managed a technology team that delivered a large-scale CRM program for Nissan, using data to drive more than 20 million personalized customer communications per year over multiple channels. She has also worked with McDonald’s, Bell, Telus and Hydro One.

Toronto-based Rivet is part of the Interpublic Group of Companies. Its client roster includes CIBC, Nestlé Canada, Janssen, Primus, Purolator, OTMPC and Eaton.

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