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Meet: Jason Peterson, CCO of Havas Worldwide North America
The Best Agency Employee Welcome Kits

Most agencies provide some sort of “onboarding kits” to help new hires acclimate — and they take them seriously enough that two agencies who were contacted for this story said they were in the process of “re-designing” them and that Digiday should check back in March.

Here are a few of the best, including Havas Worldwide Chicago.

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Moen Selects Havas Chicago as Its Lead Creative and Media Agency

Moen has consolidated its marketing business at Havas Chicago, awarding the agency brand responsibility for creative, media, digital, and content.

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Daybreaker Dance Party Hits East Village Wednesday Morning
Ad agency creates peep show to raise breast cancer awareness

An unusual attraction popped up over the weekend in the windows of Havas Worldwide Chicago that is causing more than a few double takes.

Taking its place near shopping meccas Eataly and Nordstrom, a storefront peep show with pink and purple neon lights is beckoning curious passersby to check out “Topless Girls Girls Girls” at the busy corner of Grand and Wabash avenues.

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How can you market to millennial moms?

CEO Paul Marobella weighs in on how to reach modern mothers through finding emotional truths, offering escape from daily life, and marketing mobile-first.

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Through The Lens: Jason M. Peterson

With considerable, hard-earned clout in the world of Instagram, the creative influencer talks his artistic roots, influences, and new muse.

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Ragu ‘Simmered in Tradition’ In First Work With Havas

Ragu went back to its start for a new advertising campaign that quickly tells the story of its founder, who sold sauce from her front porch during the Great Depression.

The spots, which began airing Monday, are the first work on the brand from Havas Worldwide Chicago, which won the account in late June.

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A job interview on the Ferris wheel? Um, OK.

Top executives from ad agency Havas Worldwide commandeered six of the Navy Pier Ferris wheel’s gondolas a September morning to interview job candidates for several dozen positions, giving each applicant two revolutions of the wheel — about 15 minutes — to convince them why they should be hired.

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