The creative firepower of a big agency + the nimble, cost efficiency of a small agency + mindfulness = Love & The Machine
CHICAGO, Dec. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Love & The Machine, the Chicago-based creative agency that launched in 2016, has announced the addition of new partner and client services director Amy Loevy. Loevy is a veteran of the marketing industry with fifteen years experience at big agencies and client-side operations.
Loevy says, "This was the perfect opportunity to return to agency life. I am working with people whose exceptional talents are matched only by their genuine kindness, sense of integrity and drive to help clients address real business problems. I am so excited about what we're building together!"
This year, Love & The Machine expanded their relationship with Procter & Gamble's Gillette business, assisting the branding and design teams with a global refresh of their antiperspirant and deodorant product lines. To view the work, visit www.loveandthemachine.com/gillette-love-story. The agency is currently aiding P&G with strategic and creative thinking on a variety of new initiatives.
Love & The Machine also helped launch the new phytonutrient brand Sur PhytoPerformance and their first product AltRed, developing their 90-second launch commercial plus all creative, design, and brand identity assets for the debut. To view the work, visit www.loveandthemachine.com/sur-love-story.
"We're committed to instilling mindfulness, deep thought, and artistry into every project we touch," says founding partner and creative director Dave Kuhl. That's what we call 'The Love' and we felt it's been sorely missing from the industry. Love creates consumer loyalty, sells product, and builds brands.
Love & The Machine is on the heels of several new business wins that will be announced in early 2018. Their offices are in The National building in the heart of Chicago's Loop. Learn more about Love & The Machine at www.loveandthemachine.com.