Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee is a senior editor for Adweek, where he specializes in covering agencies, brands and industry trends. He is editor of Adweek's AgencySpy blog and Industry Bulletin.

Bowflex Looks to Redefine Its Brand as Home Fitness Category Heats Up

Nautilus has chosen Fig as its first creative agency of record.

Q&A: Retiring Grey Chairman Jim Heekin Reflects on 45 Years in Advertising and His Second Job as a Fictional FBI Agent

Agency turnaround artist talks about working with Martin Sorrell and James Patterson.

Ogilvy Leadership Confronts Staff Concerns Over Customs and Border Protection Contract

Chairman and CEO John Seifert defended the agency's work for the client in an internal email.

Publicis CEO Claims Epsilon Deal Will Give His Network An Advantage Over Consultancies Like Accenture

'We're not here to tell you we have the best data,' says Arthur Sadoun.

The Gap Names Johannes Leonardo as Lead Creative Agency

It's the company's first AOR since 2012.

Pepsi Sends Mountain Dew Account to TBWA After 46 Years With BBDO

The decision followed a closed Omnicom review.

Former Creative Director Sues Omnicom and TracyLocke, Alleging Sexual Harassment

Karen Dunbar calls agency 'the most blatantly sexist place I have ever worked.'

CMO Alison Lewis to Leave Johnson & Johnson With No Successor After Nearly 6 Years

The pharma and CPG company says it has instituted 'a new business model.'

How Much Do Ad Agencies Spend on Awards Shows Every Year, Exactly?

Big networks can easily shell out $1M-plus for Cannes alone, sources say.

Cambridge Analytica Founder Alexander Nix Abruptly Cancels Controversial Cannes Appearance

Makers of Netflix documentary about the company reportedly planned to screen their film the same day.