By thelaegotist / / Team One, Publicis Groupe’s full-service agency that specializes in luxury and premium brands has hired Kyle Acquistapace as executive director of Idea Communications. He is part of Team One’s executive leadership team. Acquistapace will oversee the agency’s media department, public relations and experiential marketing. Acquistapace has more than 20 years of experience in general agency management, media and analytics. He has helped established brands such as Volkswagen, Sprint, Sony PlayStation and General Motors find growth while sharpening their finite marketing resources and launched or restaged Zillow, HTC, Avvo, Vivint and other brands by finding their strategic foundation, focus and go-to-market approach. As part of Deutsch LA’s executive leadership team, he helped build the shop into a full-service advertising agency that now employs more than 500 people. “With Team One opening its sixth U.S. location earlier this month in Dallas, and total employee count exceeding 500 employees, our current trajectory is a good one,” says Julie Michael, president of Team One. “Bringing Kyle onto our executive leadership team ensures we are applying top industry talent against all of our clients’ businesses. Kyle’s an accomplished leader and someone who will continue to help us expertly guide clients through the modern media landscape.” Most recently, Acquistapace was at the agency Supermoon, where he served as president. But when he got the call from Team One, he couldn’t refuse. “I love that the agency stands for something: luxury brands and their unique consumers,” Acquistapace said. “Joining an agency with that kind of focus and expertise is fantastic.” Team One’s six locations include New York, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Chicago, Dallas and its Los Angeles headquarters based in the emerging Silicon Beach area near LAX.
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