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Topic: Rapp

Humana's Creative Review Seeks an Agency With Digital at Its Core

Insurer spends $80 million in media annually

Humana is reviewing its creative business, looking for an agency with the ability to reinvent the brand at a time when the health insurance category is undergoing rapid evolution. Account revenue…

Marketers Are Ready for Google Android Everywhere From TVs to Watches

It's 'a giant ad product'

Google’s Android makeover gives advertisers new canvasses to reach consumers from TV search to smartwatch notifications to shopping carts. The company is showing off its latest upgrades at its developers…

Rapp Names a New Global CEO

Alexei Orlov succeeds Bob Horvath

Rapp is getting a new global CEO. Volkswagen Group's Alexei Orlov will assume the role in July, reporting to Dale Adams, Chairman and CEO of Omnicom Group's Diversified Agency Services, the…

4 Ways Marketers Will Benefit From the New iPhone

Strong retail potential

Marketers are imagining new mobile campaigns and content now that Apple revealed the future of the iPhone at its developers conference this week. There were hints at how iBeacon technology…

Starwood's Crazy Facebook ROI and 5 Other Surprising Brand Reveals

Marketers show off tactics and data at I-Com confab

The mid-morning session of the 5th I-Com Global Summit was a bit of a beauty contest in Seville, Spain, as marketers shared case studies for the event's Data Creativity Awards. Here…

5 Agencies Tell Us Why They're at SXSW via Instagram

On the record for 15 seconds

Advertising players have descended on South by Southwest Interactive in central Texas en masse, joining tens of thousands of denizens from the media world. That said, SXSWi, now in its 20th…

Andersen Is New Rapp L.A. Managing Director

Former top BBH U.S. exec

Greg Andersen is the new managing director of Rapp, Los Angeles, replacing Tony Hobley, who becomes global leader on the agency’s HP client. Andersen was most recently the chief executive of…

Brands Are Already Using Instagram Videos and Planning for More

Stoked marketers quickly whip up 15-second ideas

Now that Facebook has officially trotted out a video feature for the increasingly popular Instagram—which was formerly limited to helping smartphone users act like stylistic photographers—social media creatives are licking…

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