In 1949, three enterprising gentlemen, Bill Bernbach, Ned Doyle and Maxwell Dane gave the advertising industry a wake up call. They introduced a new approach to marketing that relied on insight into human nature, respect for the consumer, and power of creativity. In short, they said: Let's stop talking at people and instead start conversations that lead to action and mutual benefit.
This heritage tells us who we are, what we believe and how we should behave. It inspires us to continually challenge standard convention. From Bill Bernbach to Keith Reinhard to the present generation of DDB leaders, we continue this revolution.