Another insurance company is launching an agency search: New York Life is reviewing the creative business currently handled by Havas Worldwide, a client rep confirmed.
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.
Lee Garfinkel is leaving Havas Worldwide after nearly three years to run the New York office of Draftfcb as its new CEO.
Considering the changes in advertising and media in the last three-and-a-half decades, it is comforting to know that some familiar names will be with us for generations to come. Here, […]
Mark Hunter, the chief creative officer at Deutsch LA, is out at the agency he joined in January 2011, sources have confirmed. Deutsch executives could not be reached for comment and it’s not clear how quickly the agency will replace him.
NYSE Euronext has entered the final stage of a creative and media review that marks the end of Havas Worldwide's tenure on the business. The New York office of Havas, formerly Euro RSCG, has handled creative responsibilities since 2008. A sister shop, MPG, manages the media piece. Neither agency is participating in the review.
This week, we discovered that, yes, ordering Internet service can be easier than body-waxing Sasquatch, some people will eat candy that comes from another person's sweaty armpit, and how scary a drunk parent can seem to a child.
The biggest cliché about advertising reviews is that they’re triggered by turnover in marketing leadership, which appears to be the case for Charles Schwab.
Well, here's a lovely bit of emotional carnage for your Friday—a creepy-as-hell PSA from Finnish agency Euro RSCG Helsinki for a charity called Fragile Childhood that shows kids wandering around a bleak, forbidding landscape and being preyed upon by monsters. But it turns out these are their parents.