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Crispin Porter + Bogusky Taps Spence Kramer for New Global Managing Director Role

Joins from Wieden + Kennedy

Spence Kramer

Spence Kramer has joined Crispin Porter + Bogusky as global managing director, a newly created role. 

He will work on global business across the agency's eight offices (Los Angeles, Boulder, Miami, São Paulo, London, Gothenburg, Copenhagen and Stockholm) and be responsible for finding new growth opportunities. He will be based in Miami. 

"As we continue to broaden our overall scope, working with brands that are looking for multiple office capabilities, we have decided to create the role of global managing director," said president Steve Erich in a statement. "Spence has an incredible amount of experience and success with leading multinational business, and most importantly, he shared our philosophies on all the key things that create great work and business results for clients." 

Kramer comes from Wieden + Kennedy, where he worked since 2007. He was in charge of Coca-Cola's global business and before that, Nike's global business. Kramer also previously served as Virgin America's vp of marketing and communications and as ESPN's vp of advertising and promotions. 

The MDC Partners' agency works for clients including Turkish Airlines, Kraft, Mondelēz International and Domino's Pizza. 

Further information could not be gathered by press time. Media relations representatives for CP+B and W+K did not immediately respond to requests for comment. 

 

 

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