Monday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 


-Visit Seattle launched this “#seattleproud” spot in celebration of Pride Month (video above).

-Ancestry.com selected Droga5 New York as its lead creative agency, following a review.

-Minneapolis independent agency Periscope purchased Chicago-based analytics and strategy firm Anthem Marketing Solutions.

-VB&P partner, managing director Kate Jeffers explains why she thinks “For Women in Advertising, the Promise of Personal and Professional Parity Has Become Toxic.”

-What would you do with $150 million? For Laundry Service, the answer is: social media management and content production.

-The Mill welcomed Kennedy Davey as senior producer.

-Do people still think influencer marketing is cheap?

-Advertising veteran Luke Sullivan thinks “Maybe Advertising Should Stop Grabbing Women By the P**sy.”

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