More NewsExecs & Accounts for February 15, 2006

Execs & Accounts for February 15, 2006

Agency.com picks up pro bono work for World Trade Center Memorial Foundation; RedEnvelope promotes Korotzer.

Agency.com picked up The World Trade Center Memorial Foundation as a pro bono client. The agency will work with TBWAChiatDay on a “national outreach campaign” to raise funds and awareness of the memorial.

“As we build the physical Memorial, our Web site… creates a virtual Memorial dedicated to honoring that day,” said Foundation President and CEO Gretchen Dykstra.

RedEnvelope promoted marketing VP Gary Korotzer to chief marketing officer. Korotzer held senior posts with Charles Schwab, American Express and Qwest Communications.

Accipiter recently added several clients. They include 101communications and News Limited, a Rupert Murdoch company.

Webcast producer Accela Communications hired Monster.com’s former digital media director to be its creative director. At Monster, he was involved in brand development and produced marketing materials for the Web, broadcast TV, CD-ROMs and DVDs.

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