Lowe Seeks New ECD After Hacohen Exit

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NEW YORK Dean Hacohen, executive creative director and No. 2 creative at Lowe in New York, has left the agency after nine years there, the Interpublic Group shop confirmed.

Hacohen’s last day was Friday and his post will be filled, an agency representative said. He joined the shop in 1996 via Lowe’s acquisition of Goldsmith/Jeffrey and was closely associated with Gary Goldsmith, the chairman and chief creative officer who was replaced by Mark Wnek in April.

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