Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-GoldieBlox’s latest ad asks “What if all the action heroes were girls?” (video above).

New York-based brand and design consultancy Collins opened a new office in San Francisco

-Digiday explains “Why L’Oréal is bringing fast-twitch content in-house.”

-Adweek explores “How Celebrities With the Best Instagram Engagement Are Helping Brands.”

-FanDuel CEO Nigel Eccles told Bloomberg, “Expect Fewer Ads, More Laws, and No IPO Anytime Soon.”

A mysterious person going by the (fake) name Neil Titelman launched The PDFies, or the world’s first awards for ALMOST doing something.

-Amsterdam agency CODE D’AZUR appointed Wybe Sallows as its new strategy director.

Young & Rubicam global CEO David Sable tells Digiday, “There will still be TV thousands of years from now.”