Client Start Year End Year
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles 2011 Current
Coca-Cola Company 1995 Current
Nestle Brands 2015 Current
Netflix 2016 Current
The UPS Store 2001 Current
Serta 1999 Current
Highmark Health 2015 Current
Harman/JBL 2010 Current
Smithfield 2012 Current
JCPenney 2013 2015

Our philosophy is a principle that speaks to our entire self-concept as an agency. IDEAS THAT MOVE PEOPLE. Our definition of successful work, is work that not only inspires people, but incites them to action; to do things that lead to commercial and cultural wins for the client’s brand, whether tweeting, posting, sharing, opting in, downloading, shopping, transacting, etc. Successful campaigns advance a powerful “brand narrative” for the long term, while driving action in the immediate term. We seek out unique intersections of culture, commerce and consumer life and turn them into Ideas That Move People. We’re an extremely collaborative yet diverse team that thrives on dissecting business challenges and turning them into opportunities that inspire action. We believe technology is not king in our industry. Craft is. An online campaign cannot be just interactive and funny; it has to be gorgeous. A banner cannot just be clever; it has to have beautiful typography. The copy on a Facebook post has to be rewritten 10 times until it is catchy and clever. The photos we use on our ads have to be good enough to make you want to lick the screen on your brand new retina display iPad. We strive to create beautiful, seamless human experiences not siloed marketing campaigns or tactics. We love ideas that start a movement. We love ideas that are both culturally and commercially vital. Most of all, we love ideas that make people fall in love with our clients.

  • David DeMuth

    Global President/CEO

  • Eric Weisberg

    Global Chief Creative Officer

  • Craig Conrad

    Chief Marketing Officer

  • Todd Yerman

    SVP, Director of Business Development


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