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Partner, Executive Creative Director, Anomaly Berlin Frank is a creative leader with more than 15 years of international wanderlust. This included finding and growing outstanding Chinese talent, creating branded entertainment, and developing communications beyond traditional 'advertising'. In he joined 72andSunny in Los Angeles, finding himself unable to resist the sun, good vibes and creative opportunities of the market.
He led global accounts including Sonos, Samsung, adidas and Activision, finishing his time in LA with a personal project that focuses on diversity and a world without borders. Simon Owen Managing Director, Anomaly Berlin Simon has played a role in some of the most iconic and impactful work in the industry, receiving numerous accolades with global clients including Nike, Google, Sony, Volkswagen, Diageo, Marriott, Diesel and Deutsche Telecom.
Starting his career marketing Eastern European cars to previously unenlightened English car buyers — and having developed an encyclopedic knowledge of engines — he decided it was time to try out the agency side. At Fallon in London he got the chance to work on all kinds of interesting initiatives, from selling high-definition televisions to maximizing brand sponsorships of James Bond and the Champions League for Sony.
The client side came knocking again some years later and Simon joined Nike in the UK, to run Brand Communications advertising, digital and media for football, athletic training and iD, developing their early forays into social media and gaming.
After his time in the UK, he decided to explore the world a bit and came over to Anomaly to run a number of client businesses out of the New York office; from Renaissance Hotels to Google to Captain Morgan to Umbro. Simon also spent time heading up the Account Management department at the office, which was comprised of over 45 people.
And after spending a couple years in Amsterdam, Simon has recently relocated to Berlin to be the Managing Director of the newest office in the Anomaly family. During his time at the agency, he gained valuable knowledge and experience across everything digital and innovation.
Allie has spent the last three years as the Head of Account Management in New York, during which she oversaw the department as it has doubled in size. Candace Borland Managing Partner, President, Anomaly Toronto Since joining Anomaly as one of the first employees back inCandace has played a fundamental role in shaping the agency team, culture and roster of world-class clients.
After receiving her Honors B. A humanitarian at heart, Candace co-founded a registered charity called Feet Forward Organization, which partners with local NGO's to assist refugees and asylum seekers to South Africa.
Outside of Anomaly, Candace is active in her family business, an internationally renowned livestock, genetics, and export company with distribution in over 30 countries. Her newest venture is a Fullblood Japanese Wagyu business that focuses on and advocates for premium, ethically raised beef.
Jiah Choi Partner, CEO, Anomaly LA Jiah is responsible for looking after day-to-day operations and ensuring world-class delivery across all clients, initiatives and projects.
With over eighteen years of marketing experience at agency and client-side on iconic, global brands, Jiah has a proven track record of reinvigorating brands to help drive business growth. Most recently, she spent four years at The Coca-Cola Company leading integrated marketing content for Sprite in North America and vitaminwater globally.
Category experiences include youth culture, sports, entertainment, consumer packaged goods and consumer electronics. This geographical expansion enabled him to work across many international accounts like Diageo, Diesel, citizenM hotels, Absolut and Aer Lingus. But if he had to single out one single account it would be the city of Amsterdam.
Engin was responsible for what has become one of the most admired city marketing campaigns in the world — 'I Amsterdam'. When not working you can find him playing football or training the under 13 year olds at this local football club.
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Having helped launch successful strategic campaigns as a suit, Pete took everything he had learned and moved into the Creative department. In his work for the Canadian Film Center was the second most awarded campaign in the world. Prior to Grey, Chris played a dual role at Gotham, leading major clients while also overseeing all of the agency's digital initiatives as the Director of Interactive Services.
He has also had his heart broken by the New York Mets every year since In his time there, he brokered marketing partnerships for a variety of different content creators, including J.
His diverse skill-set and expertise at the intersection of technology, creativity, operations and commerce have made him a valuable part of the Anomaly leadership team. During his time at the agency, Eric has been integral in growing the agency from two to seven offices and over people around the world — with a focus on cultivating high-quality agency growth through development of existing clients, highly-selective new business efforts, and connecting Anomaly talent and ideas across offices.
Eric got his start at The Active Network, a global data and technology company focused on sport and fitness.Case Nokia Leads with Global Strategy 1. The environmental forces that influence Nokia’s marketing strategy in various countries are political, legal, and regulatory forces.
A countries legal and regulatory infrastructure is a direct reflection of the political climate in the country. In , the three companies - Nokia, Kaapelitehdas and Finnish Rubber Works - merged and created a new Nokia Corporation, a new restructured form divided into four major businesses: forestry, cable, rubber and electronics.
Nokia Strategy Presentation Facts and Figures 39% share of global device market in Why Nokia, why smartphones? Strategy for Nokia Nokia to jump to Star Category in BCG Matrix Focusing on external atributes.
“Nokia’s global mobile phone shipments fell 25 percent from million units in Q1 to million in Q1 ,” Strategy Analytics’ senior director Neil Mawston added. Nokia at Mobile World Congress: Delivering on its strategy to lead in 5G, IoT and cloud, tap new growth markets #MWC17 are also leading to fresh and important developments.
HMD Global, Nokia's exclusive brand licensee for phones and tablets, will be making announcements later today. Nokia . The Master Data Management Summit is co-located with the Data Governance Conference and is Europe’s only co-located conferences on MDM & Data Governance.