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Posts Tagged ‘Bert Moore’

Deutsch NY Promotes Vartan to Partner/CSO

After spending the last two years  as EVP, director of strategic planning at Deutsch New York, Brent Vartan has officially been promoted to partner/chief strategy officer at the agency. Vartan replaces Bert Moore, who Deutsch parted ways with a few months ago.  The new CSO has been with the agency for four years in all, working with accounts ranging from Microsoft to Novartis.

Prior to Deutsch NY, Vartan had a four-year stint on the planning side as BBDO New York and has served in similar roles at the likes of Hill Holliday and GMO during his career.

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Bert Moore Out at Deutsch NY

Just sixteen months after moving across the Atlantic to join up with Deutsch New York as partner/chief strategy officer, Bert Moore‘s time at the agency has come to an end. Moore joined up with Deutsch in the fall of 2010 from Lowe & Partners. The two agencies, if you remember, were aligned by parent IPG a year prior. As a result of Moore’s departure, there will be a little restructuring happening according to a statement from Deutsch NY CEO Val DiFebo. Read below:

“Bert joined Deutsch NY approximately one year ago. We have mutually agreed that the role we need in NY is in conflict with the one Bert aspires to play and have agreed to part ways, effective today. We will be restructuring the department and have elevated Brent Vartan to recognize the role he has been playing as Director of Account Planning and partnering him with a new Director of Data Strategy to be announced. Bert will be exploring other opportunities within IPG as well as externally.”