After a brief run on the client side, Nancy Reyes is back in the agency business, signing up with TBWA\Chiat\Day as managing director of its New York operations.
In a nice symmetry with its San Francisco parent, Goodby Silverstein & Partners’ Manhattan office has landed The New York Post as one of its first clients, reminiscent of the West Coast agency starting out with the San Francisco Examiner in the late 1980s.
Two years ago, Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote a provocative essay in The Atlantic called "Why Women Still Can't Have It All." The piece, which sparked a national debate about the impossibilities of work-life balance, stressed that unless a profound change i
Here's a sneak peek of our photo shoot and roundtable discussion with some of the most successful women in media and advertising. They recently sat down with Adweek to discuss how they achieved their rightful seat at the table and how they aim to change the business world.
The New York office of Goodby Silverstein & Partners is rounding out its management team with the addition of Tom Morton, who next week joins the upstart operation as head of strategy.Morton previously was chief strategy officer at Havas Worldwide, New York, as well as joint chief strategy officer for North America.
San Francisco’s Goodby, Silverstein & Partners took a considered approach about when to open in New York, one of the toughest U.S. agency markets. It is just now taking the plunge, naming S.F. exec Nancy Reyes associate partner and managing director of the new Manhattan office and West Coast colleague Christian Haas partner and executive creative director.