Arnold announced today the appointment of Icaro Doria as Chief Creative Officer (CCO). Doria brings a unique range of experience and will be charged with elevating Arnold’s creative product in the US, leading work across the agency’s Boston and New York operations. He will be based in Arnold’s headquarters in Boston.
In his most recent role, Doria served as CCO of DDB New York, where he led creative pitch initiatives, winning blockbuster clients including Time Warner Cable, Qualcomm Digital, Heineken, Dos Equis and more. As CCO, Doria infused DDB New York with new energy and new talent, driving it to become the most awarded DDB office in North America.
Prior to joining DDB, Icaro was the founder and CCO of Wieden+Kennedy São Paulo, where he built the company from a team of two to a shop of 200 people in less than three years. This growth was due to the client roster Doria built, pitching and winning Coca-Cola’s biggest marketing effort to date, its Global World Cup campaign, along with brands such as Heineken, Nike, Diageo’s Smirnoff and Ciroc, and more.
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