By Egotist / / Mike Reese, has joined Hub Strategy and Communication as the agency’s first President. Most recently he was president of Y&R San Francisco and prior to that he ran BrandBuzz, a New York based agency. “A lot of clients are frustrated with the pressure holding companies put on their agencies to prioritize agency profit over the needs of their clients,” said, DJ O’Neil, CEO. “Mike’s big agency experience, combined with our scrappy independent approach will make a very strong offering for clients ready to ditch the holding company way. Plus, it should free me up to do the stuff I really care about like long walks on the beach and enforcing our agency’s jargon neutral footprint.” “With Hub, I saw an immediate opportunity to actually deliver truly integrated advertising, design strategy and production—something we’d been promising clients under the holding company model, but actually struggled with,” said Reese. “Hub’s unique business model and track record of delivering exactly that is pretty impressive.” Congrats on the hire.
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