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Andrew Benett

Global CEO, Havas Worldwide and Havas Creative Group

Andrew Benett was appointed Global CEO of Havas Worldwide and Havas Creative Group in 2014, after serving as Global President of the network. In his role, he is responsible for the management of Havas’ creative agencies.

Before this, Andrew spent three years as Global CEO of Arnold Worldwide, leading the network’s 17 offices in 14 countries. Andrew and his team grew Arnold Worldwide by more than 30%, winning and growing relationships, and dramatically enhancing the agency’s digital capabilities.

For more insights, follow him on Twitter @andrewbbenett.


The lesson of the Trump upset: Your reality may not be real

It's time for marketers to discard outdated assumptions about how certain 'types' think and behave, writes the global CEO of Havas Creative Group.

Lessons from the Box

Andrew Benett, global chief executive officer of Havas Creative Group, on what marketers can learn from subscription meal startups

Why the Post-it War makes me proud of my agency

And it's not just because we're winning, writes the global CEO of Havas Worldwide

Bill Gates presenting a TED talk before releasing mosquitos into the audience.

How to wow at your next business meeting

Havas Worldwide's global CEO says meetings should be intense, collaborative opportunities

How to make ordinary talent extraordinary

If leaders look after their existing employees, they may find there isn't a talent deficit after all, says Havas Worldwide's global CEO

From CEO to intern: How to get your ideas heard

Havas Worldwide's global CEO says newcomers should be prepared, strategic, anticipate skepticism, and stay open

Plan for failure to ensure success

Havas' CEO says it's fine to fail -- as long as you do it right

The new luxury: Four truths changing the sector

Havas' global CEO describes how Millennials are redefining luxury to encompass new experiences and responsible consumption


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