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After working at DDB ° for Volkswagen, Jean-Luc founded the agency Louis XIV in 1994 to manage the Audi brand at national and international level. The agency grew rapidly winning new clients such as Neutrogena, Rossignol, Nike, Rolex, Givenchy, Le Nouvel Observateur…
In 2001, Louis XIV merged with DDB° and Jean-Luc became co-CEO of the new entity.
His experience and expertise cover various sectors : automotive (Audi, Volkswagen, Mini), institutional (La Banque Postale, CNP), sports and leisure (Nike, Lotto), luxury (Givenchy, Rolex), travel services (Voyages-sncf.com), telecoms (Bouygues Telecom), cosmetics (Neutrogena, Roc), retail (Leclerc, Casino), food (Badoit, Lactel, Lipton, Président, Kinder) or media (Reuters, GQ, Tiji, Canal J).
Alexander graduated from Miami AD School in Hamburg, where he was part of the team that was chosen as the ADC Students of the Year in Germany.
After having worked in Germany, Russia and the USA, he joined DDB Paris in 2007, where he worked on some of the first innovative and cross-media projects that brought the agency digital fame. His very first project at DDB was a whole game for the Nintendo Wii, developed for Henkel.
Highlights in his work include campaigns for Wrigley’s, voyages-sncf.com, «Attraction», the first interactive anti-smoking Anime, Tropicana’s Billboard Powered by Oranges, “The Centaur” for Honda and most recently the new worldwide film for Maille called “Memories”.
Alexander, was profiled in Creativity Magazine's 2011 "Creatives to Know" alongside Siavosh Zabeti. Alexander’s work has been awarded at Cannes Lions, D&AD and all major advertising festivals. It has been profiled on all the ad industry showcase sites and other odd places such as a tweet by the screenwriter of LOST. He respects good, well produced work that speaks for itself.
In 2015, Alexander has been appointed Executive Creative Director of DDB Paris.
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Vincent began his career in 1995 at DDB° where he managed for several years the Volkswagen, Rossignol, AOL and Loto accounts as Commercial Director and Deputy Managing Director.
He leaves for 3 years at Publicis Conseil, where he managed accounts such as Coca-Cola, SFR, Nescafé, Nestlé, Groupe Seb (Tefal, Moulinex , Rowenta, Krups) and Club Med.
He returned to DDB° in 2007 as Managing Director of the agency and oversees among others things Bouygues Telecom, Inpes and Jaeger-LeCoultre accounts.
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Paul began his career in 2005 at DDB Paris where he was in charge for several years of integrated communication for clients such as Nike, L’Equipe, Honda Moto and Lipton Ice Tea International.
In January 2012, he joined Tribal DDB Singapore where he managed Unilever brands portfolio (digital) in SEA region as Group Account Director and then Business Director. In two-and-a-half years, as account lead, he participated to 8 new business wins within Unilever brands portfolio: Wall’s, Lipton, Dove, Clear Men, Lifebuoy, Sunsilk, Rexona, Tony&Guy.
In June 2014, he is back at DDB Paris as Deputy Managing Director in charge of New Business.
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