Chris Weil, global chairman and CEO of Momentum Worldwide, is a recognized industry leader. Weil served as president of Momentum New York from 1998 to 2001.
In January 2001, he was appointed regional director for Momentum Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and relocated to London. In 2003, Weil returned to the United States and took the post of CEO of Momentum Worldwide, as well as earned a seat on the McCann Worldgroup Board of Directors. Under Chris’ leadership, Momentum has received significant industry recognition including several Agencies of the Year honors in 10 countries concurrently, induction into the Reggie Hall of Fame as the agency with the most Reggies ever, and Event Marketer Magazine’s highest accolades.
James Hilton; you refreshing bastion of brute honesty- I salute you.
Nelson joined Mark for a discussion about the ever-evolving realm of digital and his ideas and ideals for the future.
Wilkins and Savic join our interviewer Mark Tungate to discuss among many things; the importance of good story-telling -which is according to Savic the touchstone from which all creative work- digital and non-digital derive from.
Mark O’Brien, President, North America DDB Worldwide Communications Group, answers Mark Tungate’s questions
Prof. Sheehan tells us all about his latest book “Lovemarks” – which is his third book in as many years.
A lively discussion between an English and a French gentleman.
Just after his masterclass about Creativity against terrorism, Jose Miguel Sokoloff, Leader of Lowe SSP3 and President of Lowe + Partners Creative Council answered Angela’s questionnaire.
Emmanuel Lallève & Florent Imbert, Partners & Creative Directors at Marcel
We have received Christian Schroeder & Simon Bolton for an early morning interview
Chris Weil, Global Chairman & CEO of Momentum Worldwide with Angela Natividad
Retain talent, attract talent, and build partnership- Britton focuses on the value of people and relationships in his career.
Momentum Worldwide CCO Jon Ham explains his interesting theory on “connected protagonists” and reveals the challenges produced the current generation.