Just the En(FACTs)icos

The facts are what I’m interested in…just the enFACTsicos. I know that it is Enfatico and not Enfactico or Enfactsico, but it makes a better title this way. I’m looking for more info, so please comment to let me know if I’m way off base here. Possible Enfatico Facts: 1. They are staffed at

WPP Project DaVinci Newspaper Ad

The “fine” print (a brief summary with a bit of color): Marketing is rocket science. WPP needs people with “unbelievable smarts” to make Project DaVinci work. They want to build “a marketing group driven by the brightest minds, not history.” “In fact”, like you don’t know this already their “first” (and only) “client is Dell”,… Continue reading WPP Project DaVinci Newspaper Ad

Dell-WPP’s Da Vinci Hires GM

Dell-WPP’s Project Da Vinci agency has hired Valerie Hausladen as its general manager of operations of its Austin office (Her Linkedin profile is already updated). The currently being staffed-out agency will also have shops in San Francisco and New York. Hausladen was the consultant who helped Dell in its search for a new agency, a… Continue reading Dell-WPP’s Da Vinci Hires GM

Feedback and Da Vinci Questions

This note just came in via email: “hey there, i like checking in with your blog. i think there needs to be more agency gossip. keep up the good work. say, do you know when this davinci behemoth is opening it’s doors? also, do you know if there is central site for hiring? i’m looking… Continue reading Feedback and Da Vinci Questions

Da Vinci – Not interested in award winners

Here’s a piece of an article recently posted to the online version of the Austin American Statesman regarding Dell/WPP’s Da Vinci (with my thoughts in parenthesis):——-The new agency in Austin will work with Mark Jarvis, Dell’s new chief marketing officer, and Casey Jones, vice president for global marketing, as well as and Dell’s worldwide marketing… Continue reading Da Vinci – Not interested in award winners