DDB PARIS, PARIS Follow Update

  • 73/75, rue La Condamine
  • PARIS 75017
  • France
  • Phone: (+33) 01 53 32 60 00
  • Creative Development:27.0%
  • Production:25.0%
  • Account Services:30.0%
  • Marketing, Research & Strategic Planning:6.0%
  • Administration:4.0%
  • Management/Direction:5.0%
  • Social Media/Community Management:3.0%
Number of Employees: 302
Jean-Luc Bravi
Président
Phone: (+33) 01 53 32 55 40
jean-luc.bravi@ddb.fr
Contact for
  • - New Business

After working at DDB ° for Volkswagen, Jean-Luc founded the agency Louis XIV in 1994 to manage the Audi brand at national and international level. The agency grew rapidly winning new clients such as Neutrogena, Rossignol, Nike, Rolex, Givenchy, Le Nouvel Observateur…

In 2001, Louis XIV merged with DDB° and Jean-Luc became co-CEO of the new entity.
His experience and expertise cover various sectors : automotive (Audi, Volkswagen, Mini), institutional (La Banque Postale, CNP), sports and leisure (Nike, Lotto), luxury (Givenchy, Rolex), travel services (Voyages-sncf.com), telecoms (Bouygues Telecom), cosmetics (Neutrogena, Roc), retail (Leclerc, Casino), food (Badoit, Lactel, Lipton, Président, Kinder) or media (Reuters, GQ, Tiji, Canal J). 

Matthieu de Lesseux
Président
Phone: (+33) 01 53 32 57 91
matthieu.delesseux@ddb.fr
Contact for
  • - New Business

Matthieu is a “digital native”. After creating his first company at the age of 20, he launched Gideon Multimedia (BDDP Group) in 1994, at the beginnings of Internet in France. In 1996, Matthieu joined ConnectWorld, the interactive agency of Havas Group as CEO. He launched the websites of Chanel, Peugeot, Dior Parfums or BNP Paribas.

In 1999, he founded the agency Duke and defines digital strategies of international brands such as Rolex, McDonald’s, Nissan, Levi’s Europe, Nike, Sony PlayStation, Canal +, IOC, Van Cleef & Arpels or SNCF.

He joined DDB° Paris as co-CEO in 2009. 

Alexandre Hervé
Vice President - Directeur de la Création
alexandre.herve@ddb.fr

Alexandre worked at DDB° Paris in 1998 and 1999 and has had several experiences at EURO RSCG and Leg 
(Eurostar). He joined DDB ° Paris in 2003 to become
 Creative Director.
His experience covers automotive (Volkswagen, Audi, Mini), travel services (Eurostar , Voyages- sncf.com), new technologies (Sony, Bouygues Telecom), sports and leasure (Nike, GQ)…
Leading a 75-strong creative department, he infuses the “DDB culture”, creating strong and innovative ideas that are always based on a human insight.

Since 2004, he received many awards for his work : 34 Cannes Lions, 35 Eurobest, 24 Clio Awards, 30 Epica Awards, 1 Grand Prix, 7 Pencils and 14 One Show Merit Awards, 2 Yellow Pencils and 10 Silver D&AD Nominations.

In 2011, Alexander was also part of the Top 50 most inspiring and influential creative figures by Creativity-Adage. In France, he won 3 Grand Prix Stratégies for Volkswagen, Tiji and L’Equipe, an APPM Grand Prix for Voyages-sncf.com and a Radio Grand Prix for Eurostar. Since 2013, Alexandre served as Vice President and Executive Creative Director. 

Christian Vince
Vice-Président - Directeur de Création
christian.vince@ddb.fr

Christian worked as Creative Director at DDB° in 1986 on Volkswagen, Audi, Fnac and Decathlon. Co-founder of the agency Opera, which earned him the repositioning of Le Bon Marché, he then joined Y&R where he worked on Auchan and created the “Orangina bottle-men”.

In 2001, he founded .V. Agency as part of DDB° Group, with the desire to be closer to his clients. During 12 years, he worked in various sectors such as automotive (Volkswagen, Skoda), technology (Neuf, Numericable, BicPhone), consumer services (118 218, Bwin, Meetic), retail (Auchan, BHV, Damart), banking and insurance (Banque Populaire, Monabanq, Direct Assurances, Gan), beauty (L’Occitane ), food (Benenuts, Tipiak, Veuve Cliquot).

In 2013, .V. integrates DDB° and Christian is named as Vice President. 

Vincent Léorat
Directeur Général
Phone: (+33) 01 53 32 60 88
vincent.leorat@ddb.fr
Contact for
  • - New Business

Vincent began his career in 1995 at DDB° where he managed for several years the Volkswagen, Rossignol, AOL and Loto accounts as Commercial Director and Deputy Managing Director.

He leaves for 3 years at Publicis Conseil, where he managed accounts such as Coca-Cola, SFR, Nescafé, Nestlé, Groupe Seb (Tefal, Moulinex , Rowenta, Krups) and Club Med.

He returned to DDB° in 2007 as Managing Director of the agency and oversees among others things Bouygues Telecom, Inpes and Jaeger-LeCoultre accounts. 

Paul Ducré
Directeur du New Business
Phone: (+33) 01 53 32 61 37
paul.ducre@ddb.fr
Contact for
  • - New Business

Paul began his career in 2005 at DDB Paris where he was in charge for several years of integrated communication for clients such as Nike, L’Equipe, Honda Moto and Lipton Ice Tea International.
In January 2012, he joined Tribal DDB Singapore where he managed Unilever brands portfolio (digital) in SEA region as Group Account Director and then Business Director. In two-and-a-half years, as account lead, he participated to 8 new business wins within Unilever brands portfolio: Wall’s, Lipton, Dove, Clear Men, Lifebuoy, Sunsilk, Rexona, Tony&Guy.
In June 2014, he is back at DDB Paris as Deputy Managing Director in charge of New Business. 

Anne-Marie Gibert
Directrice des Relations Presse
Phone: (+33) 01 53 32 61 49
anne-marie.gibert@ddb.fr
Contact for
  • - Public Relations