We have received confirmation from the powers that be that Jonathan Isaac, who has spent nearly three years serving as global head of planning/creative strategy at LBi, is indeed leaving the agency, which as most of you know was bought up by Publicis Groupe two months ago. Isaac, who is based in the agency’s NYC hub, joined LBi in spring 2010 from Anomaly, where he spent 2.5 years as strategy director. Prior to that, he spent the same amount of time as brand planning director at Goodby, leading efforts in his respective department on the HP business among other things.
No word on his last day or where he’s headed to next, but from what we gather, the departure seems to be an amicable one. During his career, Isaac also worked in the planning departments at Publicis and JWT’s London offices and helped found the Audience Planning department at the BBC.