Avenue A | Razorfish promoted two in its Seattle office. David Hartt, group creative director, has more than 10 years experience in interactive marketing experience. Stephen McDaniel, analytics director, provides advanced analytics strategy, advice, and consulting to clients and client teams. He has more than 15 years of experience in data mining, data analysis, data visualization, business intelligence, and data warehousing.
Tribal DDB San Francisco hired Mike Casey as planning director. Casey has worked for brands such as Visa, Red Bull, E&J Gallo, Allianz, and Sun Microsystems. He has also worked in planning and strategy roles at agencies including Avenue A | Razorfish, Scient, IBM Global Services, and Accenture.
Javelin Direct appointed Satnam Singh vice president of decision support. Singh was previously principal consultant for the Customer Insights Group at Avenue A | Razorfish.
Mobile provider 5th Finger worked on a campaign for the International Children’s Games in San Francisco. Through ICG’s partner Grey Advertising, 5th Finger implemented a mobile campaign to drive awareness and generate attendance for the 42nd annual games.
Powered, which specializes in online instructional and social marketing solutions, named Ken Nicolson CEO. Nicolson has experience in social media, online analytics, and marketing optimization through time at Pluck where he led product marketing, management, communications, field marketing, and corporate strategy. He also served as president and CEO of Veridiem.
GoFish gained MinyanLand for its network. GoFish, the online entertainment media company, will integrate MinyanLand to its network. MinyanLand is a virtual community for kids and their families to learn about the basics of economics.
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