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Street Talk for May 10, 2019
Danielle Lovett

Havas Media Group has appointed Erin Flaxman, an industry vet of some 20-plus years, to serve as global chief growth officer. Flaxman has been charged with delivering new business best practices for the Media Group, as well as furthering the network’s commitment to meaningful media. Based in New York, she will report to Havas Media Group global CEO Peter Mears. Working with the new business teams around the globe, Flaxman will focus on sharing best practices, tools, and expertise across key markets to support closer integration and collaboration. In line with Havas Group’s “Village model,” Flaxman will work closely with Havas Creative and Havas Health & You to continue to bring prospective and current clients integrated and innovative solutions for their businesses. Flaxman, who holds an MBA in global business and marketing, has worked at some of the largest agency networks including WPP, Publicis, IPG, Omnicom, and MDC. In addition to senior roles in global and U.S. marketing and business development, she has played key media strategy roles on brands including Procter & Gamble, Kraft, Pillsbury, Mercedes-Benz, Four Seasons Hotels, Mastercard, Nintendo, and Diageo.....

Doublewide, the production house under the aegis of owner/EP Danielle Lovett, has been certified as a Woman-Owned Business. Lovett values the WBENC certification, helping to further position L.A.-based Doublewide as a model for other women coming up, as well as for her daughter. Doublewide’s directorial roster includes Jeffrey Karoff, Gab Taraboulsey, Elise Holowicki, Alfredo de Villa, Craig Teper and rock icon Rob Zombie. The company’s post operation is led by chief creative officer David Banks, working closely with Territory Studio, Doublewide’s design, VFX and animation partners....


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