Next month, the 4A’s will host its eighth annual The Face of Talent, a weeklong series of events celebrating and showcasing a vibrant and diverse pool of aspiring advertising hopefuls, bringing them together with agency leaders and their clients who advocate and champion diversity across the advertising and marketing communications industries.
The 4A’s announces that Courtney Cotrupe, president of Partners + Napier, has been named chair of the NY State Council. She succeeds Bill Murtha, recently retired CEO of Roberts Communications, which was acquired by Partners + Napier in October 2017.
The 4A’s Cannes Lions 2018 post-event report offers highlights and key takeaways from sessions on many of the topics our members care about most.
On Monday, June 11, Marla Kaplowitz, 4A’s president and CEO, accepted the Agency Award for 4A’s at the ANA Educational Foundation’s 18th annual Honors Night, recognizing exceptional organizations and individual for their accomplishments in the industry and commitment to education. Take a look at the evenings highlights on here.
Today, the 4A’s, the leading trade organization for marketing communication agencies, celebrates the first-ever graduating class from its Manhattan Early College School for Advertising (MECA) high school program. Launched in 2014 through a partnership between the City University of New York and the 4A’s, MECA is the first P-Tech high school of its kind in the U.S., giving its students access to explore careers in Advertising, Media and Creative Technology, and offering students a free Associates Degree upon completion of the program.
The 4A’s, the leading trade organization for marketing communication agencies, today announced several notable shifts and appointments to its board of directors. Effective immediately, Sharon Napier, CEO of Partners + Napier, has moved from board secretary/treasurer to the co-vice chair role left vacant last year by Greg Stern, following the BSSP CEO’s appointment to 4A’s chairman. Christine Fruechte, CEO of Colle McVoy, replaces Napier as secretary/treasurer.
The 4A’s monthly member newsletter, #ICYMI is back this June with articles and updates on 4A’s members, exciting and inspirational events, professional development opportunities, and much more.
In this ever-changing media landscape, the agency industry welcomes competition; it is good for clients, good for agencies and ultimately good for markets. But the playing field must be level for everyone in the ecosystem.
The 4A’s flagship conference, formerly known as Transformation, re-launched this spring as 4A’s Accelerate — a name that illustrates the speed of change required to thrive in today’s ever-changing marketplace.
Today, at its Accelerate conference in Miami, the 4A’s, the leading trade organization for marketing communication agencies, announced the formation of the Advertiser Protection Bureau (APB). Through this bureau, agencies will share the collective responsibility of achieving Advertising Assurance, which is how the association defines its efforts to enforce environments where brands and consumers can coexist with trust.
On Monday, April 9, 2018, the 4A’s, the leading trade organization for marketing communication agencies, wrapped up the first day of its 4A’s Accelerate conference by revealing the winners of the fourth annual 4A’s Partner Awards.
On March 6-7, Talent, HR and business leaders came together to tackle the real talent issues and explore practical solutions facing the industry today. This report shows highlights from the conference.