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Gideon Amichay

Gideon Amichay is an Israeli advertising executive, marketer and author. He is the founder and chief creative officer of No, No, No, No, No, Yes, a creative boutique in New York and Tel Aviv. He also teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New Yo ...

Paul Arden

Paul Arden was a creative director of Saatchi and Saatchi and an author of several books on advertising and motivation, including Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite and Its Not How Good You Are, Its How Good You Want To Be.

Sean Avery

Sean Christopher Avery is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. During his career in the National Hockey League, he played left wing for the Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, Dallas Stars and New York Rangers, gaining recognition ...

Harvey Ball

Harvey Ross Ball was an American commercial artist. He is recognized as the designer of a popular smiley graphic picture, which became an enduring and notable international icon. Ball was born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts, by his parent ...

Clare Barnes Jr.

Clarence A. Barnes Jr. was an American author and advertising agency art director. He was best known for his series of books, starting in 1949 with White Collar Zoo, which featured animal photos with humorous captions. White Collar Zoo was the nu ...

Bruce Fairchild Barton

Bruce Fairchild Barton was an American author, advertising executive, and politician. He served in the U.S. Congress from 1937 to 1940 as a Republican from New York.

Horace Batchelor

Horace Cyril Batchelor was an English gambling advertiser. He was best known during the 1950s and 1960s as an advertiser on Radio Luxembourg. He advertised a way to win money by predicting the results of football matches, sponsoring programmes on ...

Ted Bates (executive)

Theodore Lewis "Ted" Bates was an American advertising executive who founded a worldwide advertising agency that bears his name: Ted Bates Inc.

George Batten (advertiser)

George Batten was a former Ayer employee who opened the George Batten Newspaper Advertising Agency on Park Row in New York City in 1891. Fiercely religious and humorless, he endeavored to make his advertisements 100% accurate. His values and pers ...

Trevor Beattie

Trevor Beattie is a British advertising executive. He is a founding partner, chairman and creative director of Beattie McGuinness Bungay, and was formerly the chairman and creative director of TBWA London. Considered one of the leading figures in ...

Joyce Beber

Joyce Beber, born Joyce Sacks, was an advertising executive who co-founded the Beber Silverstein Group and created numerous memorable campaigns for the Helmsley group of hotels. The campaigns successfully promoted Leona Helmsley and her hotel cha ...

Scott Bedbury

Scott A. Bedbury is an American branding consultant. He is CEO of Brandstream, a branding firm, and co-founder and chairman of Upstream Research, an analytics startup. He was Nikes advertising director from 1987–1994, and Starbucks chief marketin ...

Jack Beddington

John Louis "Jack" Beddington was a United Kingdom advertising executive, best known for his work as publicity director for Shell in the 1930s and as head of the Ministry of Information Films Division during the Second World War.

Harold Bell

Harold Bell was an American marketer and merchandising executive who co-created Woodsy Owl, the iconic mascot of the United States Forest Service. Bell created Woodsy Owl with two U.S. park rangers, Chuck Williams and Glenn Kovar, and another col ...

Timothy Bell, Baron Bell

Timothy John Leigh Bell, Baron Bell, was a British advertising and public relations executive, best known for his advisory role in Margaret Thatchers three successful general election campaigns and his co-founding and 30 years of heading Bell Pot ...

William Bernbach

William "Bill" Bernbach was an American advertising creative director. He was one of the three founders in 1949 of the international advertising agency Doyle Dane Bernbach. He directed many of the firms breakthrough ad campaigns and had a lasting ...

Loren M. Berry

Loren Murphy Berry was born in Wabash, Indiana, the son of Charles D. and Elizebeth Berry. He was a pioneer in the Yellow Pages business telephone directory industry.

R. A. Bevan

Robert Alexander Polhill "R. A." Bevan CBE was a significant figure in British communications and advertising during the mid-20th century. He was the second child of the artists Robert Polhill Bevan and Stanislawa de Karlowska and was born at the ...

Ashish Bhasin

Ashish Bhasin, CEO APAC and Chairman India, Dentsu Aegis Network, also a member of the Dentsu Aegis Network’s Global Executive Team, is a globally recognised media veteran. He has been part of the Media, Advertising & Marketing community – especi ...

Carisa Bianchi

Carisa Bianchi is the former president and CEO of the Los Angeles branch of advertising agency TBWA\Chiat\Day. Bianchi graduated from Stanford University and California Polytechnic State University where she majored in communications and politica ...

Rodin Alper Bingol

Rodin Alper Bingol, is a Turkish creative director, entrepreneur and business leader known with his works in advertisement, design, digital campaigns and social responsibility.

Milton H. Biow

Milton H. Biow was an American advertising executive who founded the Biow Company. Biow is recognized as one of the pioneers of the modern school of advertising.

Richard Black

Harry Richard Black was an American commercial artist, illustrator, and portraitist. Black created the original Mr. Clean mascot for Procter & Gambles household cleaner during the 1950s.

Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet

Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet was a French advertising magnate best known as the founder of Publicis Groupe. Bleustein-Blanchet also invented radio advertising in France, helped create the first French opinion polls, introduced Edith Piaf to the Fren ...

Edward Boches

Edward Boches is an American professor at Boston University’s College of Communication where he has taught advertising and creative courses since 2012. Over the course of 31 years, he held a variety of leadership positions at the Mullen advertisi ...

Yannick Bollore

Yannick Bollore is the chairman and chief executive officer of Havas, the fifth largest global communications company, a subsidiary of Bollore Group, the business empire of his family, chaired by his father Vincent.

Marcus Brumwell

Marcus Brumwell was a British advertising pioneer, designer, businessman, political activist, and art collector.

Paul H. Bruske

Paul Hale Bruske was an American writer, journalist, advertising executive, and sportsman. Bruske was a baseball correspondent for Sporting Life from 1905 to 1914. He also wrote for several Michigan newspapers from 1898 to 1910. He covered the De ...

Ozgur Buldum

Ozgur Buldum is a well known Turkish music producer sharing 80% of Turkish commercial jingles sector with four other producers. He also has a good reputation in Turkish Pop Music having worked with great singers such as Tarkan, Candan Erçetin, Na ...

Leo Burnett

Leo Burnett was an American advertising executive and the founder of Leo Burnett Company, Inc. He was responsible for creating some of advertisings most well-known characters and campaigns of the 20th century, including Tony the Tiger, the Marlbo ...

Thomas Scott Cadden

Thomas Scott Cadden was a pioneering television commercial producer, director, writer, and songwriter during the 50s, 60s, and 70s. He is best known for composing the famous Mr. Clean advertising jingle written in 1957 for use with the products i ...

Frank Cannella

Frank Cannella is a businessman and philanthropist, known for his work in the infomercial industry. In 1999 People Magazine labeled him as a pioneer in the infomercial industry and in April 2013 Cannella was inducted into the Direct Response Tele ...

Louis Capozzi

Lou Capozzi currently teaches in the masters degree program in Strategic Communication at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication in Portland, Oregon.

Peter Carey (novelist)

Peter Philip Carey AO is an Australian novelist. Carey has won the Miles Franklin Award three times and is frequently named as Australias next contender for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Carey is one of only five writers to have won the Booker P ...

Vic Carrabotta

Vic Carrabotta is an American comic-book artist and advertising art director whose career stretches to the early 1950s. His comic book art includes much work for Marvel Comics 1950s forerunner, Atlas Comics.

Gene Case

Eugene Lawrence "Gene" Case was an American advertising executive who developed campaigns for Mennen Skin Bracer and Tums, and developed ads for political campaigns for Lyndon B. Johnsons 1964 presidential election campaign, as well as for Nelson ...

John Chervokas

John V. Chervokas was an American advertising writer and executive. Chervokas created the Charmins Mr. Whipple ad campaign, and wrote and coined the tagline, "Please dont squeeze the Charmin", which is used by the character in the television comm ...

Emilio Coia

Emilio Coia LLD was a Scottish artist who made his name in the early 1930s as a widely published caricaturist.

Charles T. Coiner

Charles Toucey Coiner was an American painter and advertising art director. Born into a California farming family, Coiner attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, while also working at an advertising agency. He w ...

Don Coleman (linebacker)

Donald Alvin Coleman is an American entrepreneur, advertising executive and a pioneer in the growing field of multicultural advertising. Coleman is the founder, chairman and CEO of GlobalHue, the largest multicultural advertising agency in the Un ...

Commercial director

A commercial director is a film director who specializes in the creation of commercials, often for television, but sometimes also on film and of music videos. The term is also used for the more general business role of chief commercial officer.

Fairfax M. Cone

Fairfax Mastick Cone or Fax Cone, was an American businessperson, advertising executive and the former director of the American Association of Advertising Agencies.

Bryce Courtenay

Arthur Bryce Courtenay, AM was a South African/Australian advertising director and novelist. He is one of Australias best-selling authors, notable for his book The Power of One.

Vicente Cuadra Chamberlain

Vicente Cuadra Chamberlain was one of the pioneers of the Nicaraguan advertising industry. He was the eldest son of the economist, Vicente Cuadra Gomez and a grandson of President Vicente Cuadra Lugo. After his graduation from Colegio Centro Amer ...

James Dale (activist)

James Dale is an American gay rights activist. He is best known for his role in Boy Scouts of America v. Dale, the landmark US Supreme Court case that challenged the Boy Scouts of America policy of excluding homosexuals from being scout leaders.

Maxwell Dane

Maxwell "Mac" Dane was an American advertising executive and co-founder of the Doyle Dane Bernbach agency, known as DDB, that was established in Manhattan in 1949. For advertising against U.S. presidential candidate Barry Goldwater in 1964, he be ...

Jacques Dauphin

Jacques Dauphin was a French advertising pioneer founder and CEO of Dauphin OTA. He is best known as the father of modern billboard advertising.

Fred Davis III

Fred Davis III is a U.S. Republican Party strategy and media consultant who is best known for creating political campaign ads for candidates. Davis is the oldest of four children. Davis was 19 when his father died; he inherited his fathers public ...

Maurice Dodd

Maurice Dodd was an English writer and cartoonist best known for his years spent working on The Perishers comic strip published in the Daily Mirror.

John H. Dowd

John H. Dowd Jr., "Jack", was a Hershey Chocolate Company brand manager who negotiated the marketing agreement that placed Reeses Pieces in Steven Spielbergs E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. He later worked as an advertising executive,