A changing of the guards–well, at least positions–has taken place at Minneapolis-based digital agency space150 as CEO/chief creative officer Billy Jurewicz has now shifted into a founder/CEO role in order to, among other things, focus on the expansion of the agency’s offices in New York and Los Angeles. Jurewicz’s move is just one of a handful of title changes at space150 as 10-year vet Marc Jensen is moving from president/CTO to managing partner/CTO at the agency.
In addition, David Denham, who’s been with the agency since January and serves as chief strategy officer, will now president to his title. Finally, group creative director Brian Ritchie, who joined space150 18 months from fellow Twin Cities shop Colle+McVoy, will now step up to ECD. Regarding his own move, Jurewicz says in a statement, “As we look ahead − at the marketplace we serve, the future needs of our clients’ business, and the talent we have under roof − now was the right time to shift our leadership structure to ready us for future growth.”
The 100-strong space150 currently counts clients including AmEx, Target, American Eagle Outfitters and Buffalo Wild Wings.