By Doug Zanger
It’s a rodeo that Scott Kauffman had been to many times before, being asked by a board of directors to take the reins of a company. Cutting his teeth in the breakneck pace of Silicon Valley, Kauffman took the front seat in environments that were often resource-constrained, filled with a young staff and inexperienced management. But this situation with MDC Partners was a slightly different challenge.
In 2015, Miles Nadal, founder of the company that boasts some of the world’s top creative shops including Anomaly, 72andSunny, CP+B, Colle+McVoy, KBS, Redscout, Mono and others, stepped down amid a US Securities and Exchange Read full story ›
Source: The Drum