Dave Nottoli Takes Over as Head of Account Planning at Digitas Boston
Digitas announced that Dave Nottoli has joined the agency’s Boston office as SVP/head of account planning. Before signing on with Digitas, Nottoli spent a number of years as a senior planner at Wieden + Kennedy before taking on planning director jobs at Lowe and BBH New York as well as co-founding planning network Open Intelligence Agency. Nottoli–who lists “understanding context” and “developing tight and differentiated strategies” among his strengths on LinkedIn–replaces Chris England, who moved to Digitas London to take on the role of global strategic planning director.
I worked with Dave at Fallon and he’s great!
In recognition of Pat Fallon’s years of hard work helping to build and cultivate the advertising industry in Minnesota, and in honor of his induction into the American Advertising Federation
(AAF) Hall of Fame, Mayor R.T. Rybak has proclaimed March 25, 2010 to be ‘Pat Fallon Day’ in the city of Minneapolis
JWT’s top two North American executives are departing the WPP-owned network to start their own agency. Rosemarie Ryan, JWT’s co-president since 2004, and Ty Montague, its chief creative officer and co-president since 2005, have had both successes and setbacks in their tenure at the shop. They are credited with leading a resurgence of sorts in JWT’s large New York headquarters, which has seen its creative reputation improve and was bolstered by a major influx of Microsoft
business beginning in 2008. But the pair also oversaw the virtual shuttering of JWT’s storied Chicago office and the folding of its standalone Detroit operation into WPP’s hybrid “Team Detroit.” In the past year it has also parted ways with key Kellogg’s business and saw its Jet Blue
account go into review.
That Kit Kat Jesus fake e-mail in full…
JWT Management Changes (online.wsj.com)
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak Proclaims Today ‘Pat Fallon Day’ (eon.businesswire.com)