Moreira joins the agency from Havas Worldwide London, where served as global creative director and head of art.
Summary: The Most Interesting Man in the World is about to start working with a new ad agency, assuming he survives an account change on Dos Equis. Heineken USA has moved the brand from Havas Worldwide to Droga5, the marketer has confirmed to Ad Age. Havas Worldwide created the iconic ad character in 2006 and had been handling the account since then...
Last week, Dos Equis made an unexpected decision to shift its creative account from Havas Worldwide to Droga5 without a review. Exciting news for Droga5. Not so much for Havas. Havas apparently isn't too down about it, though, and is ready for its next big adventure. As a send-off to its longtime client--Havas first started...
Arnold Worldwide's first global chief creative officer, Jim Elliott, is leaving after just over two years on the job. The agency will not immediately replace Elliott, and he does not appear to have accepted a position elsewhere. Elliott's departure comes amid a string of changes by parent company Havas, which recently announced a plan to...
Havas Worldwide is pulling all spending from Google and YouTube in the United Kingdom, citing the desire to have more control of its inventory in hopes of keeping brands away from inappropriate or offensive content. According to a report in The Guardian, the French advertising giant's decision came after talks broke down related to Google's...
Global agency network Havas is restructuring its operations worldwide to be more region-focused, with North America seeing several leadership shifts in the process. Chief creative officer of the Americas Toygar Bazarkaya is no longer with Havas, as of today. "Toygar Bazarkaya, Chief Creative Officer of the Americas, is leaving Havas," the company said in a...
Zillig joins the agency from TAG Worldwide, where he served as EMEA CEO.
A large, cross-generational majority of consumers expect companies to display a level of corporate social responsibility. Last year, Havas Worldwide's Project: Superbrand report, which surveyed 10,131 people ages 18 and over in 28 markets...Show More Summary
Ad agency Havas Worldwide Chicago tries to make brands more culturally relevant. So when it renovated its office, the company wanted a space that celebrated culture with cutting-edge art, hip music and modern office design. Havas Worldwide Chicago CEO Paul Marobella showed us around.
According to a new global survey from advertising company Havas Worldwide, more than a third of those aged between 18 and 34 would choose dinner at a restaurant over sex.
Strong trash bags at a low price point make John Cena's pecs dance with excitement in a new campaign for Hefty from Havas Worldwide Chicago. The new campaign also marks the return of the iconic "Hefty!, Hefty!, Hefty!," chant, used in the brand's marketing in the 1980s and a revival of the Hefty/Wimpy spots but for a modern audience. Show More Summary
Why bother asking your interns to drop off dry cleaning and pick up coffee for the team when they could be making a real effort to help your agency? Havas Worldwide Chicago has had that mentality for the past few years, giving summer...Show More Summary
You thought Havas Worldwide's giant mic drop was the end of the agency #postitwars down on Canal Street. But Getty Images and New York magazine picked up the mic and had the fat lady sing on the (probably not) final installation of #canalnotes. read more
In an exciting, real-life episode of The Office, two companies engaged in a war for Post-It art supremacy. Facing each other on Manhattan's Canal Street, Havas Worldwide and Harrison and Star made mini masterpieces on windows. Told by...Show More Summary
Jennifer Marszalek is the new chief talent officer for Havas Worldwide Chicago, joining the agency from GrubHub where she ran human resources at the mobile and online food delivery service. The network's Chicago office has been on a new-business run recently, adding accounts like Moen, Ragu and Bertolli. Show More Summary
Two weeks after the Canal Street #postitwars began with a single word, "HI," one of the main agencies involved—Havas Worldwide—has shut things down in style. With a giant image of a mic drop. read more
Wunderman New York announced today that it has a new chief creative officer. Sami Thessman will take on the role, joining the agency from Havas Worldwide where he served as executive creative director. In his new role, Thessman willShow More Summary
After ending its short-lived relationship with Wieden + Kennedy in early 2015, top diet brand Weight Watchers has chosen Havas Worldwide as its newest creative agency partner after an extensive review. Weight Watchers' svp of marketing, Maurice Herrera, told Adweek, "We have engaged Havas Worldwide in the U.S. Show More Summary
Havas Worldwide global CEO Andrew Benett's vision for the Havas network in the next five years has a great deal to do with bringing Havas shops from around the world closer together to continuously push boundaries and deliver results for clients. Show More Summary
Sears Holdings has finished its long-running review of agencies for its Sears and Kmart brands, keeping Havas Worldwide and Publicis Groupe while cutting Interpublic agency FCB. In a memo send to agency staffers Thursday, FCB Chicago...Show More Summary