Coordonnées/Contact

488 Madison Avenue
New York New York 10022
Etats-Unis
Téléphone: (+1) 212 804-1000

Données

Autres compétences: Agence digitale, Marketing Services, Développement / innovation / marques, Stratégie et planning

Fondée en: 1970

Réseau:

Effectif: 11000

Awards: 256

créations: 77

Clients: 27

Autres compétences: Agence digitale, Marketing Services, Développement / innovation / marques, Stratégie et planning

Fondée en: 1970

Réseau:

Effectif: 11000

Awards: 256

créations: 77

Clients: 27

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York

488 Madison Avenue
New York New York 10022
Etats-Unis
Téléphone: (+1) 212 804-1000

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York Equipe

Rob Schwartz

CEO, TBWA\Chiat\Day New York

Téléphone: (+1) 310 305-5000

adidas, Arrow Shirts, Blue Shield, Lexus, Beech Aircraft, Infiniti, Nissan, Earthlink, XM Satellite Radio

Nancy Reyes

Nancy Reyes

President

Chris Beresford-Hill

Chris Beresford-Hill

Chief Creative Officer

Chiat/Day has named Chris Beresford-Hill chief creative officer of its New York office. The agency veteran moves from fellow Omnicom shop BBDO New York, where he had served as executive vp-creative director. The appointment marks the first time he's assumed an agency's top creative post. Beresford-Hill steps into the role previously held by Chris Garbutt, the former TBWA global creative president, promoted in May to become the agency's global creative chief. Beresford-Hill will report to Garbutt and partner with New York CEO Rob Schwartz. He'll oversee creative on the agency's entire roster of clients, which includes Accenture, Adidas, Eos, Pepsico's Izze brand, Michelin, Nissan, McDonald's, TD Bank, Travelers Insurance and others. He'll also be a part of TBWA's Global Creative Core, the agency's leadership group responsible for executing its "disruption" ethos across the entire company. At BBDO New York, where he led the Foot Locker, Guinness, and Priceline.com accounts, with his partner Dan Lucey. Chris' works consistently infiltrated pop-culture and left a tangible impact on his clients’ businesses. One of his Foot Locker campaigns, featuring Mike Tyson returning Evander Holyfield’s ear, was covered on the TODAY show, CNN, and ABC World News; it also came in #1 on TruTV’s Funniest Commercials of the Year special. Another Foot Locker campaign, featuring Manny Pacquiao baiting Floyd Mayweather, reopened talks between the boxers' camps, and is widely considered one of the main reasons the Fight of the Century finally happened. His Guinness film, “Wheelchair Basketball,” was covered by Good Morning America the day after it first aired; it was also named one of TED's Ten Ads Worth Spreading, and received the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation’s Visionary Leadership award. His digital short in support of marriage equality, Devin & Glenn, landed on the front page of the Huffington Post, and TIME magazine named his 2007 Emerald Nuts spot, ”Boogeyman,” the best super bowl ad of the decade. Chris has won all of the industry's top creative honors and has been featured as part of AdWeek’s “Best Creatives,” Business Insider’s “24 Most Creative People in Advertising,” AdAge’s “40 under 40” and Adweek’s “Creative 100," a list of the most inventive talent in marketing, media and tech.
Ulrich Proeschel

Ulrich Proeschel

VP Global Business Development

Téléphone: (+1) +49 172 64 64 464

Ulrich initiates new client partnerships. He believes passionately that client-agency relationships can achieve stunning success if they are built on strong foundations. That means creating tailor-made teams using all the capabilities the agency has to offer; whether blending local and global talent or giving a strong local team access to worldwide resources. By listening, understanding and shaping the pitch process, Ulrich helps to assemble customized solutions that enable brands to play a formative role in contemporary culture.

Ulrich leads global business development for TBWA\DAN.

When he’s not traveling the world for business or pleasure, he’s looking for new additions to his photography collection. He is based in Berlin and is inspired by stories from across the globe or the end of his street.