• Robichaux Named Dagger's VP, Group Account Director
    Laura Robichaux is a 16-year marketing veteran, who has worked with numerous top brands.
  • Coomer Hires Wright As COO, Heads Strategic Planning
    Previously, she served as SVP of production at the Wrigley Media Group.
  • Doe-Anderson Bolsters Maker's Mark Client Team With Strategy, Creative Hires
    Doe-Anderson has added two agency veterans to its Maker’s Mark team with the hiring of Jennifer Billiot Garrett as VP, Strategy Director and Alex Goulart as Creative Director.  Billiot Garrett brings nearly two decades of advertising experience, having worked with  agencies across the U.S and UK - including GSD&M, Grey Group, McGarry Bowen and Breaking Blue - and was most recently the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of brand and qualitative research company Big Sky Strategy. 
  • Hutchinson Tapped As Kantar's CMO, Insights, North America
    Hutchinson will lead initiatives across all aspects of product marketing, demand generation and brand communications.
  • Jason Dille Promoted to Chief Media Officer At Chemistry
    Pittsburgh, PA-based independent full-service advertising agency Chemistry has promoted Jason Dille to Chief Media Officer.  Dille most recently held the title of Executive Vice President. He is credited with spearheading the growth of the agency’s media billings from $20 million to over $100 million.   Dille’s 20 years of expertise include strategic planning, buying, implementation, and analytics in digital and traditional media for a variety of clients, including Five Guys, Rite Aid, PetSafe, Payless ShoeSource, Pennsylvania Lottery and others.  
  • Gut Taps Twitter Next Veteran To Be Its First Chief Global Content Officer
    Global independent creative network Gut has appointed Pedro Porto, the former Director of Twitter Next Latin America, to the newly created role of Chief Content Officer. He will be based in Miami and will report to Andrea Diquez, Global CEO at Gut.   Porto’s key responsibilities include helping clients identify opportunities to create content that makes them more relevant to audiences and building impactful brand experiences. His work will focus on North America in …
  • Maloney Heads Cramer-Krasselt's Newly Revamped Strategy Division
    Previously, she was head of strategy at VSA Partners' Chicago headquarters.
  • Rich Tu Returns To Sunday Afternoon
    Minority owned creative studio and artist rep agency Sunday Afternoon has hired award-winning artist and designer Rich Tu as executive creative director and partner. Tu’s primary role will be to work alongside Sunday Afternoon cofounders/partners Ahmed Klink and Juan Carlos Pagan, and executive producer/partner Audrie Poole to develop the agency's internal design studio.   The move is a homecoming for Tu, who was among the first artists to be part of the Sunday Afternoon roster when the firm launched in 2015.  Tu previously served as group creative director at independent creative agency Jones Knowles Ritchie. He also spent five years at Viacom CBS, first as vice …
  • London Alley Adds Krasselt As Creative Director
    "I just want to be a Swiss-army knife creative for London Alley and jump into anything they throw my way," said Krasselt.
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