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Advertiser E*TRADE FINANCIAL Corporation
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About Grey Group New York

There’s famous and there’s effective. Agencies are usually one or the other, creating a splash for their clients or driving results. At Grey, we believe in making our clients remarkable and rich with work that is both famous and effective. It’s a deep-seated part of our culture throughout our organically grown global network of like-minded leaders who share a strategic process, a vision and a mission: to focus on our clients’ businesses. The result is Famously Effective work since 1917. This differentiates us from all other agencies and is what unites our network philosophically across the globe. 

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10 Chief Creative Officers Who Are Inspiring Breakthrough Work at U.S. Agencies

10 Chief Creative Officers Who Are Inspiring Breakthrough Work at U.S. Agencies
By Tim Nudd | July 19, 2015 

Andreas Dahlqvist
Chief Creative Officer, Grey New York

Dahlqvist famously grew DDB Stockholm almost tenfold to 130 people in his seven years there, and learned the indelible value of culture—which he now applies to Grey's 500-plus New York creative department. "There's nothing more important to an ideas company than its people and the culture that surrounds them, so that's a big focus," he says. "The best agency moments I've been part of have always inspired a feeling that anything is possible when you come in to work, that sense that you can't wait to see what we can come up with today."
Anything does seem possible at the creatively surging Grey these days. Just look at the Cannes Grand Prix-winning Volvo "Interception"; the "Gun Store" stunt in New York City; or upcoming Pantene work, themed "Strong Is Beautiful," that Dahlqvist is particularly excited by. "I see big forward motion on the client side, real openness and need for new thinking," says the Swede, who was CCO at Commonwealth/McCann before Grey. "I'm very curious to explore what creativity can do to further drive business." 

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