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BBH Welcomes Densmore as Global Chief Growth Officer

bbhgrowthBBH has welcomed a new global chief growth officer in Michael Densmore, who you may remember from his brief stint (nine months, give or take) on the account planning and business development side at Droga5. Densmore will officially assume his post at BBH’s New York office post-Memorial Day and will work across the agency’s London, New York, Los Angeles, Singapore, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Mumbai offices, though there will be emphasis on North America-based global businesses.

Prior to joining BBH, Densmore served as chief marketing officer at McKinney. The 20-year ad vet’s additional agency credits include time spent with JWT, Mondernista!, Fallon and W+K.

In a statement, BBH NA CEO Pat Lafferty says, “Creating the new role of Chief Global Growth Officer was a natural next step and Mike will help us continue our momentum. Mike’s been on several sides of the ad and marketing business, and his breadth of experience truly makes him the ideal choice to navigate growth for the agency.”

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StrawberryFrog May Have a New MD…Or Not

We’ve been told by those familiar with the matter that Michael Densmore, who’s spent a solid nine months at Droga5 as group account director, is mulling an offer to take on the managing director role at StrawberryFrog. Densmore, though, has plenty of agency cred, having spent five years at Modernista as partner/director of account services, new business, nearly three years at W+K as management supervisor and two years at JWT serving as global business director and leading the JetBlue account.

If Densmore takes the job, he would replace longtime Frogger Sophie Kelly, who left under the best of terms last month.