Airport Dimensions appoints new creative director and commercial manager

posted on 9th November 2020 by Eddie Saunders
Airport Dimensions appoints new creative director and commercial manager

Award-winning global lounge and airport experience specialist Airport Dimensions has appointed Giovanni Pedaccini as its new commercial manager and Andrew Mason as new creative director.

Giovanni has worked on major consultancy projects for airports across the world. Giovanni initially worked for Mott MacDonald as an analyst, and then with Atkins as a planner, where he was involved with the latest Masterplan for Abu Dhabi International Airport. Giovanni’s substantial experience in the aviation industry and his modelling skills will help to contribute to the growth of Airport Dimensions.

Andrew Mason has been a member of the team at Collinson for almost 10 years, first serving as regional creative director (APAC) for Loyalty Services and more recently as global creative director. Andrew has worked across a variety of creative disciplines, from package design in Tokyo, to advertising and interactive design in London and to CRM and brand building in Singapore. During that time, Andrew has had the opportunity to work for major brands, including Mastercard, Samsung, P&G and Unilever. Andrew will help make the Airport Dimensions brand visually distinctive across all channels and support the business in articulating its propositions in a persuasive way.

Errol McGlothan, Managing Director at Airport Dimensions, said: “The Airport Dimensions team and I are delighted to welcome Giovanni and Andrew. I strongly believe that their combined skills will bring a wealth of fresh ideas, which will be particularly useful to help us continue to thrive at this challenging time.”