Space150 is promoting Dutch Thalhuber to president to lead the agency's network of offices in New York, Los Angeles, and Minneapolis. The agency veteran was previously chief operating officer, where he expanded space150’s offices nationally and oversaw financial and operational strategy. He will continue to report to Founder and CEO, Billy Jurewicz.
This move reflects a focus shift in its leadership structure. His operational expertise uniquely positions him to help the network align against enterprise goals and engage the best talent for clients, regardless of office location.
“Dutch has been committed to space150 and continually evolving our business to better serve clients and our creative output for over a decade,” said Jurewicz. “He has shown time and time again that he can lead our cross-discipline teams to new levels and ensure our clients are partnering with us on new and defining creative work.”
Thalhuber’s promotion comes after three consecutive years of double-digit revenue growth for the independent digital agency, as well as headcount growth across the country. The agency's roster of clients include Buffalo Wild Wings, Nike, American Express, Red Baron and 3M.
Space150's last president was David Denham, who left the agency for Peterson Milla Hooks in December 2015. Denham departed PMH after 15 months in March.