Gili May to head issue management unit of Israeli ad firm

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 27, 2017 19:07
Gili May

Gili May. (photo credit: EFRAT GAL-ON)

 
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Gili May was chosen as the next head of BBDO Issue Management unit, part of advertising agency Gitam BBDO. May will replace Asaf Azulay, who went to head Bank Hapoalim's marketing unit. Azoulay had spent the past six years in the position at Gitam BBDO IM.

May, 34, has spent the past three years as the chief of staff of the Prime Minister's Office's Director General bureau

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BBDO provides strategic services to companies such as Bank Hapoalim, Mobileye, Cisco, Wix , Tnuva and Gett as well as a number of government bodies.

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