Lyndon Brill

Lyndon Brill

Senior Marketing Consultant

Lyndon has worked at the highest level in the advertising industry for over 20 years.

He joined leading London agency Publicis Dialog as Financial Controller in 2001, and two years later, was handed the responsibility of Publicis Dialog Worldwide’s operations. Lyndon also has client-side experience, allowing him to see financial issues from “the other side of the fence”. His CV includes a stint as Global Client Finance Director for Allied Domecq, which was one of the world’s largest wine and spirit companies at the time.

In 2005, Lyndon decided to return to Australia. Soon after, he was appointed Interim FD for Publicis NZ, and then settled down as Finance Director of Publicis Mojo in Sydney. Lyndon was also given the task of managing the financial aspects of Publicis’ client relationships with Coca-Cola, Toyota, Lion Nathan, HP and Cadbury. In October 2007, Lyndon moved to Lowe Sydney as CFO. Since then, he’s managed all aspects of this SOX-compliant entity, and has complete stewardship over the Legal, HR, IT and Financial Reporting departments.

Lyndon brings several key characteristics to his roles: he’s confident, has entrepreneurial flair, and broad international and local experience. His business acumen is keen and he’s a team player on all levels. After overseeing the successful merger of Lowe Sydney with the independent advertising group 303, Lyndon has now joined Trinityp3 and is ideally suited and experienced to assist clients in achieving their maximum growth potential.

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