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Havas Chicago Group Bolsters Data-Driven Creative Leadership with Three Senior Appointments

Liz Roche joins Havas Helia Chicago as managing director; brings data and digital experience from tech companies Facebook, LinkedIn and Groupon Dan Baldino and Marianna Ruiz join the Chicago agency group as managing director and group creative director, respectively Harnessing the power of data, technology and creativity to build meaningful American brands through craft and culture, Havas Chicago Group has hired three key executives to enhance the agency’s leadership team. Former Facebook executive Liz Roche joins Havas…

How to Run Brainstorms That Will Actually Generate Good Ideas

The majority of global leaders rate creativity as one of the most important leadership qualities in 2019. However, how to fuel innovation, creativity, or rather inspire creativity, has been the subject of much debate. How do you develop the capacity to think ‘outside your comfort zone’, or to come up with the next best thing to propel your Marketing strategy forward? Brainstorming is the easiest and quickest way to collect opinions, ideas, and solutions. If you’re trying to build consensus around an issue, you can…

Data and Creativity: Stronger Together

Sometimes, we forget that people don’t visit websites to look at ads. With unlimited data and tools at our fingertips, we may have, well, lost sight of a fundamental must for online advertisers — creating impactful ads. So, how should we approach programmatic advertising, while keeping a firm hand on the creativity and messaging of a branding campaign? People go online to get entertained or informed, and advertisers have a duty to ensure the online ad content complements that experience, rather than sit at odds with…

Will AI Really Be The Death Of Human Intelligence?

Since AI became a topic of considerable study in the 1960s, it has suffered from a multitude of false hopes. The big breakthrough was always just around the corner and AI would inevitably transform society. Numerous papers predicting the demise of work as we know it have been published. Led by the notorious work of Oxford University’s Carl Frey and Michael Osborne, these papers typically highlight the huge number of jobs that will be lost by automation, but have a number of logical fallacies, whether it’s the lump of…