David Denham Joins Yamamoto as Chief Client Officer

 

By the minneapolis egotist / /

Minneapolis-based advertising agency, Yamamoto, has hired David Denham as Chief Client Officer, a newly created position at the agency.

Denham, previously with firms such as Sapient, Colle McVoy and space150 recently concluded his role as Vice President of Global Marketing for Minnesota-based Ergotron. In his new role, Denham will report to Yamamoto CEO Kathy McCuskey.

“In today’s rapidly changing environment, it’s critically important to deliver fresh, business-changing value to our clients. We are working to ensure our client’s interactions and experiences with Yamamoto have a transformative quality to them. David’s tenure as a senior leader in both agency and client-side settings, provides the right level of insight and empathy to deliver a positive impact,” said McCuskey in a statement.

Denham began his career with Sapient (now Publicis Sapient), moved to New York to join Faith Popcorn and her brand consultancy BrainReserve, and then relocated to Minneapolis in 2007 where he was part of the leadership team for Colle McVoy, space150 and Peterson Milla Hooks. In 2018, he joined Ergotron as VP of Global Marketing to revitalize their global brand and go-to-market approach. He has worked closely with Gucci, PepsiCo, Colgate, Speed Stick, Cannondale, Mountain Hardwear, Indian Motorcycle, Jack Link’s and Schwan’s Consumer Brands.

In his new role, David is tasked broadly with client experience and engagement, business transformation and growth by exceeding client needs and KPIs.

“I think it is important to always remain grounded in the realization that an agency exists to empower clients through partnership, smart thinking and a flexible model that adjusts to match the dynamic needs of marketing today,” said Denham in a statement. “I’ve admired Yamamoto for a long time and believe they bring a high-touch and highly strategic experience to clients along with a unique brand building expertise designed to meet the changing needs of clients today.”

Comments

  1. John Gregory February 11, 2020

    Barf. Highly overrated…and will be found out yet again soon enough.

  2. Gregory John February 18, 2020

    Jeez, John. Cool it.

  3. John Gregory John February 20, 2020

    Jeez, both you guys don’t you have something better to do than troll an advertising blog no one cares about?

  4. the minneapolis egotist

    the minneapolis egotist February 20, 2020

    Getting trolled by a user complaining about trolls on an advertising blog “no ones cares about” on said advertising blog “no one cares about.” PRICELESS

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