Cramer-Krasselt Taps Kevin Flatt as Chicago ECD

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Kevin Flatt
Kevin Flatt

Cramer-Krasselt has named Kevin Flatt executive creative director of its flagship Chicago office.

Mr. Flatt, 40, spent the last year as executive creative director at Publicis' Leo Burnett USA and Arc North America, where he led digital efforts for the likes of Allstate, Nintendo and Kellogg's. Prior to that, he was executive creative director at Tribal DDB's once-thriving Chicago office.

Mr. Flatt's appointment fills a post that's been vacant since Dean Hacohen departed the agency last April. "We've been watching Kevin for a long time and feel his unique blend of experience—including design, advertising, and of course, his huge digital strengths—is an ideal fit for the agency," said Marshall Ross, exec VP-chief creative officer of Cramer-Krasselt. "We're already a very good digital shop, and we've been steadily adding talent and resources as part of our aspiration to be one of the best."

Read the full story on Flatt's appointment on Adage.com.

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