Thursday odds and ends
March 9, 2017 | Adweek | by Erik Oster
CP+B executive director of art & design Dave Swartz went all out for his agency headshot, imitating a renowned Albrecht Dürer self-portrait.
Independent film company Entertainment Studios is searching for a full-service agency partner to handle its $350 million marketing budget.
Campaign’s Nicola Kemp writes that “Change, not talk, is what diversity needs”. We know this, though.
Full-service digital agency DEG hired Tug McTighe as executive creative director.
Global consultancy Saffron has opened a new San Francisco office and hired Keith Miller, formerly of Razorfish and frog design, to run the operation.
Grove Bay Hospitality Group named Miami-based independent brand strategy and creative media agency hi-gloss as its agency of record.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett announced on Instagram that he plans to donate all his endorsement money in 2017.
Creative production company Derby hired industry veteran Robin Stevens for Mid-West sales representation.