Hires & Promotions, Mullen in the News

Lee Newman Joins Mullen Lowe as U.S. CEO

Former President at Ogilvy & Mather Chicago and Managing Director at Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam Brings Creative Agency Leadership, Global Brand Management and Extensive Automotive Category Experience to New Role Alex Leikikh, CEO of Mullen Lowe Group, announced today that Lee Newman will become CEO of Mullen Lowe U.S. Newman comes to Mullen Lowe from Ogilvy &… Read More
New Business

Mullen Lowe Wins Royal Caribbean

Our new agency — Mullen Lowe U.S. — has launched with a splash as Royal Caribbean has tapped us to lead their creative efforts. It was a tough pitch against some top players like Droga5 and Deutsch. “After an extensive search we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Mullen Lowe,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO,… Read More
Mullen in the News

Interpublic Creates Mullen Lowe Group

Move Aligns Leading U.S. Agency and Global Creative Network with Common Cultures in Service of Clients Across World’s Most Dynamic Markets Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG) announced today that Mullen and Lowe and Partners will join to form Mullen Lowe Group, a creatively-driven global agency network with a strong, shared entrepreneurial heritage and challenger mentality. Mullen… Read More
Events, Work

It’s Taco Time

The great taco emoji drought is over! justWink by American Greetings hit the streets and the Web today with the world’s first socially shareable taco “emoji” — we call it a Wink! The Taco Wink is available on the Apple Watch as part of the justWink app. The social media world has been asking (and… Read More
Work

Killing Jesus

This Sunday night, National Geographic Channel debuts Killing Jesus, a three-hour television event that dives deep inside the historical story of how Jesus’ message and preachings led to his persecution and execution by a group of conspirators who saw him as a threat to their power. To promote the film, Mullen worked with National Geographic Channel on the Killing… Read More
Work

Ready to Start Your #ThankList?

The remedy for a rude world starts with reminding people to say two simple words: “Thank You.” Multiplied by millions, this small act can manifest big change. To kick off a movement centered on gratitude, American Greetings is introducing a new cultural notion. We‘ve all heard of a bucket list: to combat thanklessness we‘re creating the ThankList.… Read More
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Ad Age A-List 2014

A big thank you to the Ad Age editorial team for naming Mullen as an A-List Standout agency. 2014 was the year the challenger challenged itself. We challenged ourselves with the most important launch in Acura history, a global campaign to build brand awareness for Indeed, making Mother’s Day meaningful again for American Greetings, brokering the biggest… Read More
New Business

TEDxManhattan: Changing the Way We Eat

Behemoth educational video series TED Talks now offers independently organized events known as TEDx where topics vary as much as the city locales. At Mullen, we’re thrilled to announce that we’re working with TEDxManhattan where the focus is Changing the Way We Eat. With fourteen notable speakers on the agenda including: food luminary Danny Meyer, silicon valley food systems advocate Ali… Read More
Work

#MakeItStop

Every year, we try to build a digital holiday project that supports a community, whether it’s our advertising friends with Hater Translator, victims of Hurricane Sandy with 12 Days of Relief or spreading holiday cheer to people around the world with Snowify.me. This year, we are getting behind music education. Sadly, music education is at risk in schools… Read More
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Adweek’s “10 Best Ads of 2014″

Earning a spot on Adweek’s “10 Best Ads of 2014” list is a sweet way to close out the year for Mullen and American Greetings. Our “World’s Toughest Job” Mother’s Day video claims a spot on the highly coveted list in good company, with Newcastle’s “If We Made It,”  Under Armour’s “Misty Copeland,” Coca-Cola Life’s “Parents”… Read More
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