Colin Kinsella, CEO at Mindshare, North America, is leaving the GroupM media agency and being replaced by Ernie Simon, president of GroupM Consulting. It's not clear if Kinsella has another job lined up; Mindshare wouldn't comment.
In his ongoing bid to redefine what a media agency can be, Mindshare North American CEO Colin Kinsella has recast in a significant role.
As with every other agency CEO at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, Mindshare North America's Colin Kinsella is spending 18-hour days scoping out the latest tech advancements. But he also tries to find time to play craps, which he sees as a real communal exercise (and not just because he's winning of late).
Nordstrom has found a new agency for its media account. Mindshare has landed the assignment after a review, Nordstrom has confirmed. The retailer spent nearly $40 million in media last year and more than $15 million in the first half of 2014, according to Kantar Media.
Branded content currently supplies just 5 percent of Mindshare’s revenue in North America, but CEO Colin Kinsella hopes to double that figure in two years. To lead the charge, Kinsella has named Mindshare Entertainment’s David Lang to the new North American position of chief content officer.
Colin Kinsella has been named chief executive of Mindshare, North America, succeeding Antony Young who