Execs & Accounts for August 8, 2005

SiteLab co-founder Dana Todd will relocate to New York early next year to run a new East coast office for the agency. Todd is president of SEMPO.

InterActiveCorp has named Paul Gardi executive VP and general manager of IAC Advertising Solutions, its combined IAC and AskJeeves ad sales group. Gardi formally headed AJinteractive.

Backpack maker JanSport tapped Real Branding of San Francisco to handle its digital marketing efforts. The assignment includes strategy, media planning, research and creative.

EmailLabs thickened its executive ranks with two new hires and a promotion. Matt Bradley joins as director of partnerships and business development and Ashish Seth comes on as director of product management. Director of sales Jim Herbold was bumped up to VP of sales.

Atlanta-based agency Studiocom signed several clients from its hometown. They include Philips Consumer Electronics, Superstation, and Cox Media.

Winstar Interactive made two promotions and a hire. Rachel Jarvis moves up from VP of Midwest sales to SVP of national sales, replacing Tim Mahiman, who left to join Blue Lithium. Sales Planner Barbi Jurman becomes director of planning. Dan Schneider comes on as a site planner. He joins from Carat and will work on the Fodors, AskMen and Popular Mechanics accounts.

Geary Interactive named John McKusick to head its new search marketing division. McKusick is a co-founder of the agency.

Michael Mayor, former president of NetCreations, has joined Aptimus as SVP of strategic business development. Mayor stepped down from Return Path’s NetCreations earlier this year, citing personal considerations.

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