Mr. Carter Murray has been the Chief Executive Officer of Draftfcb Worldwide at The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. since March 06, 2013. Mr. Murray has been Chief Executive Officer at DraftFCB, Inc., since March 2013.
Mr. Murray served as President and Chief Executive of North American Operations at Young & Rubicam, Inc. since October 2011. Mr. Murray was responsible for developing new business in North America, as well as overseeing some of Young & Rubicam’s key accounts in the region. He served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of North America Operations at Y&R Advertising, Inc. since September 23, 2011.
He was responsible for overseeing all of Y&R Advertising’s North America offices, including developing new business in the region. He joined Y&R Advertising from Publicis Worldwide in Paris, where he worked for over four years, lastly as Chief Marketing Officer and Worldwide Account Director on Nestle. As the Global Leader for Publicis’ Nestle business, he drove double-digit growth across the account’s 80 markets. Prior to Publicis, he spent nine years at Leo Burnett, running accounts and new business, starting with his first role in their mothership Chicago office. Later, he moved to Germany, London and Paris, where he ultimately served as the Regional New Business Director for EMEA. He has been a Director of The Advertising Council, Inc. since October 2013. He is member of the Executive Committee at Publicis Worldwide. Mr. Murray received his Bachelor of Arts from Duke University.
In my exclusive one on one video interview with Mr. Murray he spoke on a advertising panel about Creating a Creative Culture in your workplace especially if you work for advertising agency. This is important because the need to creative is so important in the advertising industry because you never know when that bright idea can pop up and that idea can become the next great commercial that a brand loves to drive customers to buy their product or use their services. So click on the link below and enjoy this interview as Mr. Carter Murray explains it from his perceptive.