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04 / 01 / 20

Solve Hires Brian Platt As Group Creative Director

StrawberryFrog, Grey/NYC Vet Adds Creative Muscle

Brian Platt has joined Solve as Group Creative Director. Platt will help lead the agency’s growing creative department and personally manage a number of clients.

Platt brings a wealth of experience from stints at some of the industry’s most decorated agencies, including StrawberryFrog, Grey and Euro RSCG in New York. He’s created powerful integrated campaigns for brands including Walmart, Microsoft, Dos Equis, Morgan Stanley, Pringles and Bose. In addition to driving client business success, Platt’s work has been recognized by Cannes, D&AD and The One Show. 

“Brian brings a wonderful agency pedigree and uncompromising creative standard to Solve,” said Sean Smith, Solve Executive Creative Director/Partner. “His collaborative, team-oriented style will be a great fit with our approach and overall culture,” Smith added.

“Solve’s a hungry place with a never-satisfied mindset,” said Platt. “Although the agency’s accomplished a lot so far, there’s a clear commitment to find even more inventive ways to better client bottom lines,” he added.


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03 / 23 / 20

Solve Promotes Joe Stefanson To Associate Creative Director

Solve’s Joe Stefanson is taking on a new role within the agency. After serving as a Senior Copywriter, Stefanson is stepping into an Associate Creative Director position. A Solve veteran of over five years, he’s had the chance to flex his creative muscle across a majority of the agency’s client portfolio. “We’re beyond excited for Joe,” says Sean Smith, Solve Executive Creative Director/Partner. “He’s proven time and time again he can take on any client challenge, and bring inventiveness and creativity to all types of projects. Joe’s promotion is very well-deserved, and we look forward to him contributing on an even bigger scale.”


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03 / 18 / 20

Solve Hosts Virtual St. Paddy’s Day Happy Hour

Solve didn’t let its remote working situation get in the way of the agency’s planned St. Patrick’s Day Happy Hour. Driven by a “25 Things Everyone Should Know About Ireland / The Irish” theme and hosted/bartended by Account Manager Hope Mueller, Solve team members gathered virtually yesterday afternoon for fun chatter and libations. Notably, the Happy Hour wrapped with the ultimate video toast. Solve’s mission centers around its “collective might” as an agency – something that knows no bounds, whether everyone’s together in-person or working apart.


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03 / 05 / 20

Solve Boosts Social Team With Addition Of Jordan Kranick

Solve has hired Jordan Kranick as Social Media Manager. Kranick’s previous experience spans the digital arena, most recently handling content strategy and social media for the nation’s largest tile provider, The Tile Shop. She’ll be leading the charge across Solve’s rapidly growing social work stream for all of its clients, keying in on brand publishing, content production and social activation. “We’re really excited to have Jordan join our team,” says Solve Director of Production Lisa K. Johnson. “She’s experienced and savvy in the constantly shifting social universe – just what we need as we continue expanding our capabilities in this space.”


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02 / 24 / 20

Solve Hires Tony Rivera As Team Project Manager

Solve is bolstering its Project Management team with the addition of Tony Rivera as Team Project Manager. Having previously worked at a variety of agencies, Rivera brings a wealth of integrated experience. “We’re delighted to have someone of Tony’s caliber join our group,” says Kara Brower, Solve Director of Operations/Partner. “Tony is a proven, driven taskmaster who’s been involved with a broad range of content. His sharpness and capabilities will be valuable as we continue pushing more and more work through the agency.”


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