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Posts Tagged ‘Geoff Renaud’

Monday Odds and Ends

-After spending ten years at the likes of Psyop and Smuggler, director Laurent Barthélemy has joined the roster of Little Minx.

-Whitehouse Post has welcomed back editor David Cea to the fold. Cea, a New Jersey native, previously worked out of the editorial/post company’s New York office but will now work out of Chicago. link

-If you’re not a fan of backwash (like pretty much everyone we hope), Big Red Soda just may have a solution (above).

-PSFK and Jawbone have announced the winners of their “Connect Up” design competition. link

-Geoff Renaud, who once ran Coachella and was a founding partner of Magnetic Collaborative, has launched a new Detroit/New York-based operation called Renaud Partners, a search consultancy aimed at C-suiters in the ad/marketing world. link

-Fairfax Financial Holdings has offered a $4.7 billion buyout for Blackberry, with plans to take the beleaguered brand private. link

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Monday Odds and Ends

-Jakob Trollbäck, Trollbäck + Company president/ECD, has been named as a member of the ADC Global Advisory Board, joining the likes of ADC president/Barbarian Group chief Benjamin Palmer, MDC/CP+B’s Chuck Porter and SapientNitro executive director/worldwide CCO, Gaston Legorburu.

-Ladies and gents, meet The Magnetic Collaborative, an experiential/live event shop run by CEO Rick Rathe, former president of Rathe Productions and owner of New York’s Gotham Bar and Grill, COO Brian Schultz, former head of live events at R/GA and CP+B, CMO Geoff Renaud, CEO of Radar Entertainment, and CCO Glenn Marck, founder of IM Design Firm and owner of Jack Russell Group (group pic above).

-Here’s some female perspective about the CLIOs. link

-Yes, there is, for better or worse, an internet cat video film festival coming to–where else?–Brooklyn. link

-Who really did think Scope Bacon from P&G was for real? link

-The Association of Music Producers has extended its final AMP Awards entry deadline to April 5. link