Havas Worldwide global CEO Andrew Benett's vision for the Havas network in the next five years has a great deal to do with bringing Havas shops from around the world closer together to continuously push boundaries and deliver results for clients.
Score one for leveraging past relationships. In 2010, when Havas Worldwide CEO Andrew Benett was CEO of sister shop Arnold, that agency pitched and won CVS' creative account. The retailer's chief marketing officer at the time was Rob Price.
Darren Moran's reign atop the New York creative department of Havas Worldwide has ended after just a year, triggering yet another search for a creative chief.
David Jones, the former global CEO of Havas and its namesake ad agency, received $13.5 million in compensation last year, which included $7 million in severance, according to the company’s newly issued
Havas Worldwide has installed a new president atop its Chicago office but he's a familiar face at the agency.
NetJets, looking to expand its marketing efforts in its 50th year, has hired Havas Worldwide to lead digital marketing efforts globally. The agency will be responsible for everything from customer relationship management and mobile marketing to social media outreach and all types of digital ads. Account revenue is estimated at $3 million.
Rich Rosenthal, whom Havas Worldwide hired today as head of content for North America, brings a broad range of experience to the role, having worked at the Time Warner Global Media Group, Warner Bros. Television and creative shops like Young & Rubicam and Saatchi & Saatchi.
Havas Worldwide, looking to bolster its recruitment, evaluation and training efforts—a core focus of new global CEO Andrew Benett—has added a chief talent officer for North America.
During a recent, early-morning phone conversation with Adweek, the normally loquacious Andrew Benett was strangely quiet when asked to explain his new role as Havas Worldwide co-president, sharing responsibility for the shop’s global business.