LONDON — Interpublic's global engagement director for its cross-agency Unilever client, Bibi Hilton, has left after 15 years with the holding group, including 13 years at Golin.

Hilton stepped into the Unilever role at IPG, which she leaves this week, at the end of 2019, having previously been managing director of Golin in London for five years. She first joined Golin in 2006 and became deputy managing director of the UK office in 2012. 

Her next move, after spending the summer with her family, is not yet known, although Hilton told PRovoke Media there were "new adventures" in the pipeline.

She said: “After a brilliant 15 years at IPG, first at Golin and then on Team Unilever, I’m looking forward to having a change and spending time with my family. Thank you to both Golin and IPG, especially Fred Cook, Matt Neale, Jon Hughes and Helen Bell, for all the good times, happy memories and chance to work with the best. I’ve learnt so much, been lucky enough to travel the world and work on an enviable client list and am excited for what’s to come.”