Mcgarrybowen’s International CEO and Chicago President Heads to Land O’Lakes

Tim Scott succeeds Barry Wolfish as chief marketing officer

Mcgarrybowen's outgoing Chicago president and international CEO is heading to Land O'Lakes.

Tim Scott will be chief marketing officer at the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.-based company, succeeding Barry Wolfish, who takes over as svp of M&A and ventures, Land O'Lakes said today. The new CMO starts next week.

Scott, who had worked at mcgarrybowen since 2009, becomes the second top executive at the agency to go clientside in the past 19 months, after New York CEO Bill Borrelle became svp of brand strategy and integrated marketing communications at Pitney Bowes.

Laurel Flatt and Gordon Bowen will take over Scott's Chicago and international roles at mcgarrybowen—at least for the time being. Flatt goes from group managing director to general manager in Chicago, and Bowen is co-founder, chairman and chief creative officer in New York.

Top accounts at the Dentsu shop include Verizon, Chase, Kraft and Disney.

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