Mohamed Fouad

An architect by trade, Mohamed Fouad joined the creative department of Leo Burnett in 2005, and quickly scaled the corporate ladder to become the company’s executive creative director. He’s responsible for some of Egypt’s best well-known and award-winning memorable campaigns that have highlighted Egyptian culture and influenced and impacted the development of the advertising scene.
Fouad has worked on a variety of National and International accounts including Orange, P&G, Mall of Egypt, Juhayna, Savola, Kraft, Danone and Vodafone, as well as a number of high profile businesses including Heinz and Melody. The work done has received regional and worldwide recognition, winning numerous regional and global advertising awards, including Lynx, Clio, Sharks, Cannes Lion, and Effies, that are now too many to count. T
A believer in the heart and rich heritage of Egypt, Fouad is committed to working on developing the country’s creative potential, turning down several international job opportunities with some of the field’s most recognizable stars.
He’s a fan and believer in the modern Bauhaus School of Art and Design. When he’s not with his two dogs, he dabbles in interior design and designs homes for select clients. In 2019, he moved to Wunderman Thompson Cairo (previously known as JWT), to continue leading and elevating the Egyptian advertising scene at one of the leading agencies locally, regionally and globally – aside to completing his 200-strong sneaker collection.

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