(PRWEB) May 14, 2012
CP+B announced today that they have promoted a number of key executives from across all six offices to the role of Executive Vice President. In addition to their current responsibilities, the EVPs will also comprise a new Global Leadership Group and will work together with the Partners on strategic growth initiatives and global direction.
The new EVPs include: Tony Calcao, EVP/Executive Creative Director, Mason Reed, EVP/Group Account Director, Danielle Whalen, EVP/Group Account Director, Carter Nance, EVP/Group Account Director, Ivan Perez-Armendariz, EVP/Director of Interactive Production, Katie Kempner, EVP/Executive Director of Global Communications, Carl St. Philip, EVP/Chief Financial Officer, Matt Walsh, EVP/Executive Experience Director, Neil Riddell, EVP/Executive Director of Product Innovation, Wojtek Szumowski, EVP/Group Director of Cultural and Business Insights, Suzanne Powers, EVP/Global Strategy Officer, Darin Brown, EVP/President of CP+B Europe, Subtej Nijjar, EVP/President of CP+B Canada, Gustav Martner, EVP/Executive Creative Director and Partner, Sweden, Jonas Hedeback, EVP/CEO and Partner, Sweden, and Sara Gennett , EVP/Director of Production Services.
“These are the people that will help guide us forward across all geographies and disciplines, and will be proud stewards of our one agency philosophy,” said Andrew Keller, CEO, CP+B. “I thank them for their amazing commitment and contribution over their many combined years, and for the big things to come.”
CP+B, a member of the MDC Partners network, has a client list that includes Microsoft, Unilever, Kraft, Phillips, Coke Zero, American Express, Domino’s Pizza, MetLife, Old Navy, Applebee’s, Discovery Networks, SAS, Arby’s and Best Buy. CP+B has more than 900 employees worldwide, collaborating across six factories: Boulder, Miami, Los Angeles, Toronto, London and Gothenburg, Sweden. The agency is one of the most-awarded agencies in the world, having been named “Interactive Agency of the Year” three times at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, “Agency of the Decade” by Advertising Age and “Agency of the Year” 13 times in the trade press. They also have the unprecedented distinction of being the only agency to have won the Grand Prix at Cannes in every major category.