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CP+B Hires Steiner As Executive Integrated Producer

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To work on clients like Milka, Paddy Power and Ubisoft

CP+B Hires Steiner As Executive Integrated Producer

 

CP+B announced today that they have hired Rob Steiner as Executive Integrated Producer to head the agency’s UK production team and all production output. Steiner will be based out of CP+B’s London office working on clients like Milka, Paddy Power and Ubisoft.
 
Steiner was formerly Operations Director at Wieden + Kennedy, London, where he lead all forms of production and produced work for Nike, Coca-Cola, Honda and Nokia. He was also previously Head of TV at GreyLondon, where he set up the TV/production department from scratch. In addition, he’s produced at Spectre, Bartle Bogle Hegarty, Euro RSCG Wnek Gosper and WCRS. Steiner most recently freelance at CHI, where he worked on TV and Web video for Lexus.
 
Darin Brown, President of CP+B Europe said, "We came to London to attract the best talent in the city and we're thrilled to have someone like Rob Steiner join the team".
 
Steiner has overseen an impressive list of award-winning work including all of the Honda UK creative for five years. This includes the critically acclaimed Honda “Grr” and “Cog” spots, the latter of which was the most-awarded commercial of 2004 according to the Gunn Report. At CP+B, Steiner will be reunited with the Cog art director and copywriter, and current CP+B Executive Creative Directors Matt Gooden and Ben Walker.
 
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lbbonline.com, Mon, 21 May 2012 16:03:25 GMT