• REVOLVING DOOR: CP+B Miami Adds Three Creative Directors
    CP+B Miami promoted Alvaro Ramos and Jeff Siegel to creative director and also hired Juan Perez as creative director. The moves follow two big wins for the agency. CP+B Miami was named global agency of record for mobile marketplace app letgo, and tasked to lead Vonage's shift to a business-to-business brand. For the past year and half, Ramos and Siegel served as associate creative directors, working on Vonage, Ryder, Mission 22, Santa Margherita and launching letgo in the US. Prior to CP+B, Ramos spent time at 180 Amsterdam, BBDO, Leo Burnett and FCB on clients in Spain, Amsterdam, Peru and ...
  • REVOLVING DOOR: Cutwater Hires Two In Creative Department
    Cutwater hired Aaron Sanchez as associate creative director and Nathan Lewis as art director. Sanchez most recently served as associate creative director at DDB California, where he worked on Clorox and Qualcomm. Prior to that, he worked for three years CP+B. While there, he pitched and won the Xbox One launch, and worked on brands including Domino's, Infiniti, Kraft and Microsoft. Lewis has worked across the country as an art director for CP+B, EVB, GSD&M and R/GA, on brands like Google, Nike, Verizon, Walgreens, Beats By Dre, Chipotle, Anheuser Busch, Samsung, Royal Caribbean and Old Navy. "It's been an exciting ...
  • REVOLVING DOOR: Horizon Hires Eric Timperman As SVP, Managing Director
    Horizon Media is naming Eric Timperman as senior vice president, managing director to oversee its Jack in the Box and Qdoba accounts as well as supervise the brand strategy team of 25 people. He will report to executive vice president, managing partner, Paul Santello, and be based in the agency's Los Angeles headquarters. He replaces Jennifer Bolt who joined Team One as head of media. Timperman joins Horizon from GroupM, where he was senior partner, group account director, and oversaw Nestle's roster of more than 20 national brands across the group's beverage, confection and ice cream portfolios. Prior to that, ...
  • REVOLVING DOOR: Lucia Grillo Joins Droga5 As Production Development Director
    Droga5 named Lucia Grillo as production development director, a new position at the agency. The creation of the role comes as the number of employees working in various production departments reached 180. Grillo will report to and work with Droga5 chief creation officer Sally-Ann Dale. Grillo will also be part of the production department's leadership team, which includes the head of interactive production, head of art production, head of print services and director of integrated production business affairs and the soon-to-be-hired head of film. Grillo joined Droga5 from 360i, where she served as head of integrated production, vice president. Prior ...
  • POSSIBLE; Jason Carmel
    WPP digital creative agency, POSSIBLE, created a new role of chief data officer and promoted Jason Carmel to that role.
  • Razorfish NY; Alec Coughlin
    Razorfish NY added Alec Coughlin as senior business development director. He has more than 15 years of experience in business development and strategy, and joins Razorfish from Ruder Finn in New York where he served as senior vice president in charge of corporate strategy and business development.
  • Faction Media; Chris Connor and Kalli Skov
    Faction Media hired Chris Connor and Kalli Skov as account directors.
  • Telemundo; Lia Silkworth
    Telemundo tapped Lia Silkworth as senior vice president of insights and consumer development. In her role, she will develop and lead the programming and consumer research departments for Telemundo Network, NBC UNIVERSO and its digital properties. Silkworth joins Telemundo from Starcom Mediavest Group, where she held the position of executive vice president, managing director.
  • John Resner; Beast
    Editor John Resner joined Beast's New York office.
  • Discovery Communications; Joe Abruzzese and Ben Price
    Discovery Communications announced that Joe Abruzzese will retire at the end of 2016, after 14 years as president of advertising sales for Discovery. Longtime Discovery ad sales executive Ben Price has been promoted to lead the company’s U.S. advertising sales division.
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