Contact Information

909 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 700
El Segundo California 90245
United States
Phone: (+1) 310 445-5200
Website:

David Angelo

David Angelo

Founder & Creative Chairman
Yumi Prentice

Yumi Prentice

President

Basic Info

Core Competencies: Full Service

Founded in: 1999

Employees: 200

Awards: 272

Creative Work: 196

Clients: 7

Core Competencies: Full Service

Founded in: 1999

Employees: 200

Awards: 272

Creative Work: 196

Clients: 7

David&Goliath

909 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 700
El Segundo California 90245
United States
Phone: (+1) 310 445-5200
Website:
David Angelo

David Angelo

Founder & Creative Chairman
Yumi Prentice

Yumi Prentice

President

David&Goliath Insights

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Robo Dog, the wide-eyed, adorable, electronic-charged, robotic pup longingly stares outside the showroom window of an innocuous electronics store. read more