Safe Horizon, a New York-based organization that supports domestic violence victims, launched a new, celebrity-filled PSA on Sunday. The promo is part of its "Put the nail in It" campaign to "end domestic violence by literally putting the nail in it."
Arnold New York
That didn’t take long. Nine months after joining Arnold in New York as president, Corey Mitchell is leaving.
Kao USA has tapped Arnold in New York to handle the creative responsibilities for global brands John Frieda, Jergens, Bioré and Curél.
Following today's departure of chief creative officer Aaron Griffiths, the New York office of Arnold will no longer have a CCO.
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.
Better to know your genetic fate or not? In a campaign breaking this week for 23andMe, a California-based personal genetics company, Arnold New York argues in favor of testing as a way for people to make more proactive health decisions.
Lynn Power, an Arnold veteran who has run the New York office as president for the past five years, has resigned and will leave late this summer, the Havas agency said. Power’s exit comes five months after Robert LePlae was named global CEO of Arnold Worldwide, succeeding Andrew Benett.
Kohler Co. has found a new home. The New York office of Arnold has won the home-fixture company’s creative business after a review. The assignment includes traditional and digital advertising that targets both general market consumers and professionals, such as architects and designers.