More NewsOgilvyOne Hires Former Poppe Tyson Exec

OgilvyOne Hires Former Poppe Tyson Exec

OgilvyOne Worldwide in New York namedGeorge Pace, 35, as associate director of interactive services.

OgilvyOne Worldwide in New York named George Pace, 35, as associate director of interactive services.

Pace was formerly director of online research and business development of PoppeTyson’s independent research and consulting division, Decision Tree.

At OgilvyOne Pace will be responsible for developing and managing market analysis, research, and online strategies for clients such as IBM, GTE, Jaguar, Kodak, and USSB, among others.

Prior to Decision Tree, Pace worked as administrative director for Missouri Senator John Ashcroft for three years. During his tenure on Capital Hill, he helped found the Congressional Internet Caucus and conducted the first Congressional Online Petition.

OgilvyOne Worldwide’s Interactive Division provides strategic consulting; site design, production, and maintenance; media; and interactive database marketing solutions.

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