Execs & Accounts for October 17, 2005

Avenue A/Razorfish added four clients to its search division. They include AAA, PhotoWorks, Scientific American and The Scooter Store.

Digitas New York hired Graham Mills as SVP and creative director and Jack Nolan as VP and associate creative director. The two have worked together at OgilvyOne and Impiric.

Additionally, Digitas SVP of technology Domenic Costagliola has moved to sibling agency Modem Media, where he’ll be global head of technology.

In related Digitas news, the agency tapped SearchIgnite to provide the infrastructure for its bid management activities for clients’ SEM campaigns. The platform works across all the major search networks.

iKnowtion hired Nichole Yim and Christopher Anzellotti as marketing analysts. They’ll conduct campaign analysis for the firm’s clients.

Viewpoint named Ann Charles as VP of marketing and James Dillon as VP of ad sales. Charles has handled marketing and PR duties for Konica, Canon and Sony. Dillon has filled executive sales posts with Sony, Dell and HP.

Ripple Effects Interactive launched new Web sites for clients Rutgers Business School and Wake Forest University’s Babcock Graduate School of Management. The agency has a specialization in education clients.

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