October 17, 2017 2:29 AM ET


Company Overview of TBWA Chiat/Day Inc.

Company Overview

TBWA Chiat/Day Inc. assists brands in finding strategic and creative white space through disruptive ideas. TBWA Chiat/Day Inc. was formerly known as Chiat/Day Inc. and changed its name to TBWA Chiat/Day Inc. in 1995. The company was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in New York, New York with additional offices in Los Angeles, California; Nashville, Tennessee; Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; and Minneapolis, Minnesota. TBWA Chiat\Day, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of TBWA Worldwide Inc.

488 Madison Avenue

New York, NY 10022

United States

Founded in 1962





Key Executives for TBWA Chiat/Day Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 51
Chief Executive Officer of TBWA\Worldwide and President of TBWA\Worldwide
President of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York
President of Los Angeles
Age: 46
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

TBWA Chiat/Day Inc. Key Developments

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York Appoints Chris Beresford-Hill as Chief Creative Officer

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York hired Chris Beresford-Hill as Chief Creative Officer. Beresford-Hill, who joins from sister Omincom agency BBDO New York, will assume creative leadership across the agency's full roster of clients, which includes Accenture, adidas, eos, McDonald's, Michelin, Nissan, PepsiCo, TD Bank, Thomson Reuters, Tic-Tac and Travelers Insurance, among others, and will be responsible for leading and cultivating TBWA\Chiat\Day New York's creative department. Beresford-Hill will report to Garbutt, and partner with TBWA\Chiat\Day New York CEO Rob Schwartz. Alongside his agency duties, Beresford-Hill will also join TBWA's Global Creative Core.

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York Announces Appointment of Executives

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York announced that it has two new senior hired Amie Miller has come onboard as Chief Talent Officer, and Chris Rowson has joined the agency as Head of Design and Group Creative Director. As Chief Talent Officer, Miller is charged with recruitment and retention of top industry talent, and also with fostering and furthering the creative environment within the agency to ensure that it remains a place where the best people come to do their best work. She comes to TBWA from MDC, where she was SVP, Chief Talent Officer helping MDC Partner agencies around the world to attract and retain key senior and executive talent within all departments over the last six years. As Head of Design, Chris Rowson will lead the agency's design team, working to influence and advance design capabilities and maker culture across all clients and projects. Prior to TBWA, Rowson was with Ogilvy New York where he was Creative Director and Head of Design. He joined from Ogilvy Paris where he was brought in to build what became a standout design team.

TBWA\Chiat\Day Names Renato Fernandez to the Role of Chief Creative Officer

TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles announced that Executive Creative Director Renato Fernandez has been elevated to the role of Chief Creative Officer. A six-year veteran of the agency, Fernandez steps into the role last held by Brent Anderson, who moved to TBWA\Media Arts Lab to become Chief Creative Officer. Fernandez, who has led creative on the agency's Gatorade account both in the U.S. and globally, will remain at the helm of the sports fuel brand while also assuming creative leadership across the agency's full roster of clients and overseeing the creative department. Fernandez has been with TBWA\Chiat\Day since 2011, when he relocated from Brazil to Los Angeles to serve as Associate Creative Director. He is recognized as one of the best integrated creative directors, delivering the type of epic, culturally relevant work that is a hallmark of TBWA\Chiat\Day, while pushing boundaries of technology and social with thoroughly modern creative ideas.  In 2014, he assumed creative leadership of the agency's Gatorade U.S. business and, in 2015, took over all global projects as Worldwide Creative Director. He is credited with awarding-winning work that includes Gatorade's now legendary farewell films for retiring athletes Derek Jeter ("Made in New York"), Abby Wambach and Peyton Manning. As Executive Creative Director, he led the brand's successful launch of the first in-app Snapchat multi-level video game honoring Serena Williams in her quest to win a 23rd Grand Slam victory as well as new work for Principal Financial, set to break in the coming months.

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