Bourges Waldegg Brings Multi-Cultural Experience & Aesthetic to All Things Digital at Agency
DALLAS, TX (July 18, 2013) – Publicis Dallas has hired Santiago Bourges Waldegg as vice president/digital creative director reporting to Shon Rathbone, executive creative director. Bourges Waldegg has worked on name brands in both the USA and Mexico, including Pepsi, Levi’s, Nissan and HP. He was most recently digital creative director at Dieste, a leading Hispanic agency headquartered in Dallas. He will work on all clients at the agency, which include recent win Bridgestone Americas, Terminix, TruGreen, CiCi’s, Nestlé Pure Life and Nestea, among others.
“Santiago brings a unique perspective and a depth of blue chip digital experience,” Rathbone said. “His passion and curiosity about the convergence of technology and culture is really great. I can’t wait to work with him.”
Bourges Waldegg’s experience bridges cultural boundaries. He was born in Mexico and worked for ARC/Leo Burnett there before transferring to the Chicago office. Subsequently, he joined Dieste in Dallas as digital creative director, working on campaigns that target the Hispanic market.
“Santiago is extremely talented and a great addition to our creative team. We also love the multi-cultural aspect of his background,” said Sally Kennedy, CEO, Publicis Dallas. “Given the changing face of America, having a senior leader with a diverse perspective is a great bonus.”
About Publicis Dallas
Publicis Dallas, an integrated marketing communications agency, is a part of Publicis Worldwide in the USA, the North American regional operating unit of Paris-based Publicis Worldwide, the largest global agency network within holding company, Publicis Groupe S.A. The Publicis Worldwide mission is ‘To Lead The Change’ to help our clients leap ahead. Publicis Dallas clients include: Bridgestone Americas; CiCi’s Pizza; Nestlé brands Nestlé Pure Life, Nestea, and Juicy Juice; Simon Property Group; and ServiceMaster brands TruGreen and Terminix; among others.