Alex Hesz joined the startup adam&eve as its first head of digital, having returned to London from the US where he'd been managing director of the creative hotshop, Modernista.
As well as overseeing adam&eveDDB’s interactive output across the agency, across clients including Google, John Lewis, Unilever, Heineken and Halifax, Alex is the lead strategist on a group of accounts including Google, Android, the
Financial Times, Time Out and a suite of Unilever brands.
He’s written for the
Guardian, Marketing, Marketing Week, Campaign, AdAge and The Drum on subjects from digital marketing to corporate responsibly, the latter of which he co-wrote a book about ( Guilt Trip, 2009).
Before his move to the US, Alex worked at BBH London and M&C Saatchi on brands including British Airways and Johnnie Walker. He has a double first class degree in English Language and Literature from Oxford University, earned in part by railing against the myth that Eskimos have fifty words for snow, which they don't.
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