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Ollier will take some of his biggest CAA clients with him, including Ed Sheeran, Anne-Marie, and Calum Scott
By Gordon Masson on 26 Oct 2020
Jon Ollier has become the latest agent to use 2020 as a springboard to launch his own independent company, after CAA today confirmed he will be leaving the agency within weeks.
Ollier will be taking his biggest client, Ed Sheeran, with him, alongside fellow British stars Anne-Marie and Calum Scott, but at the moment it is unclear who else from his roster might also be part of the new venture.
Ollier was at Free Trade Agency until March 2015, when he joined CAA’s London office. His departure from the company is amicable, with CAA offering their full support for his yet-to-be named new venture.
“Starting my own company has been a dream of mine and I appreciate CAA’s support in this transition”
“CAA has been a wonderful experience and one I am incredibly grateful for,” says Ollier. “It has been an absolute privilege working alongside so many outstanding people who care deeply about their clients and each other.”
He adds, “Starting my own company has been a dream of mine and I appreciate CAA’s support in this transition.”
CAA co-head, Emma Banks tells IQ, “Jon has been a great colleague and friend. We wish him the very best as he pursues an entrepreneurial path, and look forward to working with him in his new role.”
Ollier will be handing over and wrapping up with the company until mid-November and more details about his new company will be released in due course.
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