In recent years, a growing number of agencies have been establishing themselves in Los Angeles. But that’s not the case for Deutsch, which planted the flag in 1995 and, as a result, has been benefiting from the wealth of talent that the city’s entertainment industry offers. Since joining the shop in 2003 from San Francisco-based Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners and ascending to president in January 2015, lifelong West Coaster Kim Getty has played an integral role in growing the agency into a creative powerhouse, counting Taco Bell, Sprint and Volkswagen as clients. In the last few months the agency has landed a few of the well-known tech giants that are based in the area, including Pandora and reportedly Uber. Getty spoke with Adweek about the move to blend Deutsch’s L.A. and New York offices, working with tech giants and the growth of the L.A.-based agency business.