Why Goodby Silverstein & Partners Is Opening an Office in New York Again

GS&P is officially back in New York, five years after closing up shop

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The revolving doors of Goodby Silverstein & Partners’ New York office have swung open once again.

Five years ago, the San Francisco-based Omnicom agency closed GS&P New York after less than three years in business in the wake of Comcast’s failed merger with Time Warner. During its initial run, the New York office independently won new business with the New York Post, Zillow-owned StreetEasy and ZocDoc. At its peak, the office employed nearly 20, but was down to eight employees when it closed.



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