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Martin Assumes President Post at Grey SF

Let’s shift gears on the Grey front for a moment from the usual New York happenings to San Francisco as the agency has welcomed Milan Martin as president of its Bay Area branch. Martin joins Grey SF after spending nearly three years as managing director/chief strategist at Anthem Worldwide. Prior to Anthem, the exec had a four-year stint at Gyro, where he last served as president of its New York office. During his career, Martin also spent a decade at both the New York and London offices of Ogilvy, where he served as account director and led brand management for the likes of IBM, Gillette, AT&T, Anheuser-Busch and Virgin.

Martin, who will lead a staff of 50 at Grey SF, replaces Brad Fogel, who left the agency on his own a couple of months ago and now serves as COO for Innocean USA.

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Rob Gerds Takes MD Post at Grey West

Matheson Gerds president, director of client Services Rob Gerds is headed to Grey West to begin work as the agency’s new managing director. Gerds, who’s spent the last six years in Atlanta at MG, will now oversee the San Francisco and Los Angeles operations that comprise Grey West and will report to Brad Fogel, president of West and Grey Atlanta.

Before Matheson Gerds, the new MD spent six years as director, account services at  BaylessCronin in the ATL. During his 25-year career, Gerds also held senior account management positions at McFarland & Drier, Hal Riney & Partners and FCB, Santa Ana and worked with clients ranging from Pizza Hut to Ford. As for Grey itself, the agency is expected to appoint a new CD at their San Francisco office in the near future.

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