Robots and Pencils welcomes Scott Young as Senior Vice President

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Former SapientRazorfish EVP hired to support significant growth

Scott Young joins Robots and Pencils as SVP

We’ve handpicked one of the best in the business to foster our growth while ensuring we continue to deliver amazing experiences to our clients.

Robots and Pencils, a mobile first strategy, design and development firm, announced today that Scott Young has joined as Senior Vice President, further filling out its team of industry veterans to support its growth and expansion.

Young’s appointment comes a few short months after Robots and Pencils announced its merger with Cleveland-based KINETiQ DIGITAL along with plans to expand its team and North American presence. In the new role, Young will focus on new business development and strategic partnerships.

“We’ve handpicked one of the best in the business to foster our growth while ensuring we continue to deliver amazing experiences to our clients,” said Michael Sikorsky, CEO and Co-founder of Robots and Pencils. “Scott shares our unique DNA and understands the importance we put on innovation and talent.”

Young joins Robots and Pencils from SapientRazorfish where he was an Executive Vice President responsible for their global IBM relationship. Young delivered impressive results during his 16 years at the company, which most recently resulted in SapientRazorfish being named the 2017 IBM Commerce Partner of the Year.

“I’m thrilled to be joining a firm that is home to an incredible number of talented individuals who have and will continue to drive market innovation for our clients,” said Young. “I am looking forward to being part of a client-focused company that is poised for significant growth.”

By joining Robots and Pencils, Young has reunited with a number of other key team members who built Brulant into the third largest, privately-held interactive agency in the US and three-time Inc. 500 winner.

About Robots and Pencils

Robots and Pencils was created in 2009 with the then-contrarian view that mobile would be more transformative than the Internet. Since then, the company has become a trusted strategic partner to some of the world’s largest brands, helping to reinforce its clients as innovators by operationalizing mobile and frontier technologies. Today, Robots and Pencils is home to more than 180 talented robots, pencils and ampersands with offices located throughout North America and in the UK.

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