Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee is a senior editor for Adweek.
Patrick Coffee is a senior editor for Adweek, where he specializes in covering agencies, brands and industry trends. He is editor of Adweek's AgencySpy blog and Industry Bulletin.

Verizon Opens In-House Agency, Hires Andrew McKechnie From Apple to Run Creative

Former Apple creative director and agency veteran Andrew McKechnie will run the in-house agency.

Apple Shifts Global Marketing Strategy, Restructures Its Relationship With TBWA\Media Arts Lab

The world's most valuable company will be producing more social-first work targeting local audiences.

The Man Behind Gatorade’s Ads Will Lead Creative at TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles

Former ecd Renato Fernandez has run the beverage giant's global account since 2015.

Kids Don’t Appreciate Romantic Love Just Yet in This Adorable Ad for Valentine’s Day

The Montreal-based company "has been tormenting kids for a few years now" with its uniquely bitter taste.

Snoop Dogg Raps About His Favorite Subject (Himself) in ‘My Way’ Remix Sponsored by Adidas Originals

The campaign, which debuted during the Grammys, also includes a remix by up-and-coming rappers Desiigner and MadeinTYO.

At Havas, It Takes a Village to Win So Many Accounts in So Little Time

Adweek's U.S. Media Agency of the Year secured midsize clients like TracFone, Hallmark and Swarovski

Nissan Restructures Its $750 Million Relationship With the Omnicom Network

The company looks to increase the scale of its marketing efforts while moving 'at the speed of culture.'

BBDO Launches an Eye-Opening Campaign to Name More American Landmarks After Women

The agency is partnering with the Makers Conference and the City of Los Angeles to bring more attention to famous females with "Put Her on the Map."

Mattel Picks Publicis Groupe to Continue Its Digital Marketing Evolution

The parent company of Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price and American Girl continues its pivot away from DVD and TV-based promotions.

FCB Aims to Unite Its Global Teams With New Worldwide Creative Partner

The network wants to help scale its creative offering for clients around the globe.