October 6th, 2011
Mike Parker, Co-President, Tribal DDB U.S., writes about the fundamental to understand the consumer. This article was originally published by AOL where we contribute content for Advertising Week.
Friends, let’s not make the same mistake again. I know that many of us have been in the digital marketing business for some time now – and have the grey hair to show for it! Let’s take a trip down memory lane, shall we? When the web first began gaining traction as a marketing medium, our industry really started to focus on what was different about it. To be sure, there was a lot to be learned about this nascent, unprecedented medium. Most brand marketers knew they needed to explore the new channel but didn’t trust that their agencies could understand and master it well enough to help them use it.
September 27th, 2011
Tribal DDB San Francisco is looking for an experienced Account Supervisor to work with several brands across eCommerce and Finance. To us, Account Supervisors are participants in the development of advertising plans, integrated ideas and solutions and creative strategies for their clients, while ensuring the effective implementation of each. Our ideal candidate will be a strong partner to his/her clients and Creative & Strategy Directors, as he/she will have a clear understanding of where the client’s business needs to be, and how their team can help deliver. We want someone to motivate the team and set a good example by living creatively.
August 29th, 2011
Tribal DDB San Francisco announced today that it has hired Keith Ciampa as Executive Creative Director. Ciampa will offer his digital expertise to agency clients such as Intel, Clorox, ConAgra and Microsoft.
Ciampa joins Tribal DDB San Francisco from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, where he worked for almost two years on the Yahoo! and Sprint accounts. He was particularly instrumental in an innovative social gaming out-of-home campaign for Yahoo! called “Yahoo! Bus Stop Derby,” which gained widespread recognition for the brand and won several prestigious awards, including a Webby and a Cannes Lion.
April 25th, 2011
With over 1,200 employees worldwide, Tribal DDB is a digitally centric global advertising agency. We’ve got enough creative horsepower to help our clients outrun those economic downturns, help those who are growing flourish and to even help those who don’t know they need help. Our passion is infectious. Not the bad kind of infectious, but the kind that gets us out of bed in the morning. It’s the same passion that helps us blow past boundaries and hop some of the greatest creative hurdles ever known.
Tribal DDB in San Francisco is looking for a Director of Technology who will be the point person on a development team for technical leadership, technical project management, and technical specifications on a project. The Director of Technology works during the Business Development and preliminary project phases to define technical requirements and to advise on technical solutions for the client’s objectives. This may include advising on 3rd party solutions and hosting requirements for the client initiative. During the Design phases, this role assesses proposed functionality for the project and writes specifications documents and QA plans. During the implementation phases, the Director of Technology oversees the development teams during code reviews, and manages the QA phase of development. This role is responsible for all client service programming efforts within the office including the management of solution architectures, client- and server-side programming, quality assurance, Web hosting operations, and assisting with the development of the new business and on-going client relationships. In tandem with the Producers, the Director of Technology is ultimately responsible for the on-time, on-budget delivery of the programming aspects of all projects.