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Havas Worldwide India Appoints Nirmalya Sen as CEO

Havas Worldwide, one of the largest integrated marketing communications agencies in the world, today announced it has named Nirmalya Sen as CEO of Havas Worldwide India. Sen is a key appointment within the APAC region and will report to Juan Rocamora, Chairman/CEO of Havas WW Asia Pacific.

 

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Havas Worldwide Canada Shuffles Executive Ranks

The agency has promoted Ann Bouthillier, previously the CEO of its Palm + Havas arm, to CEO of the agency’s Canadian operations, and selected Helen Pak, most recently a global creative strategist at Facebook Canada, as its new CCO.

 

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Lacoste and BETC Digital turn to Snapchat for #SpotTheCroc competition

Lacoste has turned to Snapchat for its latest competition, asking followers to find a crocodile hidden in a series of five short videos.

 

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Telefónica picks Havas Work Club for M2M internet-of-things brief

Telefónica has picked Havas Work Club to help develop its internet-of-things presence (IoT), starting with a project to develop its machine-to-machine (M2M) division’s online presence.

 

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Havas EHS appoints Liz Tang as client services director following Andy Buist promotion

Havas EHS has appointed Liz Tang as client services director where she will grow the firm’s client portfolio.

 

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Havas Chicago evokes ‘Game of Thrones’ to recruit interns

Winter is coming — and not just to Westeros. The season is also descending on Havas Worldwide Chicago’s office, as the agency gears up to pick seven new interns for its “Winternship” program starting January — inspired by and modeled after the HBO hit “Game of Thrones.”

 

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Nicolas Becker and Andreas Balog be creative directors in Munich

Havas Worldwide Munich welcomes Nicolas Becker and Andreas Balog as Creative Directors.

 

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Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Will Become the Biggest Franchise Ever

Disney’s Frozen is no longer a movie, it’s a global brand, a larger than life franchise built around products, theme parks and sequels that could last into the next century. The Pixar purchase, said Tim Maleeny, global chief strategy officer at advertising firm Havas Worldwide, revitalized Disney Animation by showing that the company made famous by Mickey Mouse could make animated films that were modern and complex yet still appealed to children. Hit films Toy Story, Cars and most recently Monsters University helped to remake Disney, he said. Toy Story 3, which came out in 2010 starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, ranks second all-time among animated films with sales of $1.06 billion; Frozen is number one.

 

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Havas Posts Organic Growth of 6% in Third Quarter

The third quarter brought some good news for the Havas Group. Today, the French agency reported organic growth of 6 percent worldwide for a total revenue of 447 million euros and net new business of 415 million euros.

 

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Lacoste calls on Vine and Instagram star Zach King for new campaign

Lacoste has worked with Vine and Instagram star Zach King to promote the launch of its online boutique.

 

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