Havas is a fully integrated creative agency in the heart of Dublin. We are a diverse group of innovators, strategists and digital obsessives, working together in honest collaboration with our clients to create, share and learn.
If it communicates, we create it – above, below, inside, outside, digital, analogue. Nothing makes us happier than turning business problems into creative solutions for our clients, and our integrated approach supports creative involvement across all five floors.
How can an idea become a better idea? By sharing it. We encourage the sharing of knowledge and ideas within Havas and with our clients. The informal spaces at our offices help promote this openness. And our global Havas partners actively share information, opening up insights with international reach.
Inquisitive minds never stop learning. We learn from our clients; our clients learn from us. Our progressive internship programme encourages young minds to learn within an agency environment, so one day we’ll be learning new things from them.
Every day, our CEO Chris cycles to work, travelling in high gear past the tailbacks. When he arrives, he remains in high gear for the day, inspiring staff and clients alike. We’re currently brainstorming ways to harness Chris’ positive energy to power our offices.
If you looked inside Peter’s head, you see colours and typefaces you’ve never seen before. Is he a designer or an art director? A photographer or a street-artist? Our Executive Creative Director is all of these things and more.
AKA Tony the Greek, our advertising legend with the unpronounceable surname has worked on all industry sectors, bringing a wealth of experience to the Havas team.
A surgeon is a doctor who performs operations. A. Surgeon is an Account Director who performs miracles every day at Havas.
Have you ever met an award-winning Hamster before? You have now, for this foodie-fitness-fanatic mum of two goes by that very name. You’ll have to ask her yourself.
Colm has been keeping clients happy in the agency for over 20 years. And boats have been keeping Colm happy for even longer. His long-term plan is to relocate the agency to a boat.
Aisling is from Cork, boooooiiiiii. She’s not one for mentioning it though. *Cough*
Ballet. Opera. Haute couture. These are all things our learner dad John has absolutely no time for. Sport. Gadgets. Pints. Now you’re talking.
Ryan loves challenges and one-liners, so if ever he was set the challenge of coming up with a one-liner to describe himself, he would nail it.
After 10 years being a ‘sheila’ in Australia, Denise got h-angry for the Mammy’s dinners and decided it was time to come home. Thankfully for Havas and her clients she no longer suffers with the h-anger!
Gamer and skier Simon is a total geek. And as everybody knows, geeks are great at attention to detail. And that, of course, is why we hired him.
Gill is a private detective – in her mind at least – when she’s binging on crime documentaries on Netflix. At last we’ve a team member who can find out who’s stealing the biscuits from the boardroom.
Veggie-loving girl Rebecca has a major enthusiasm for current affairs. Particularly affairs the Kardashians are currently involved in.
Ashly is seriously focused in her planning role at Havas. Strange then how this single-mindedness doesn’t seem to apply to her never-ending stream of hobbies: tarot, fresh pasta making, creative writing, dog training, yoga, storytelling and improv. And that was just last week.
Aine is on a mission to save the environment. And if her planning skills are an indication of her dedication, the world will be a better place as soon as tomorrow.
Mark is a digital obsessive – his job, his gaming, his music making. Let’s be thankful then for his cats, whose furry cuteness keep him grounded in the real world.
Özge’s obsession with her pug is matched only by her obsession with digital media. Take a look at her Instagram and you’ll see the two obsessions dovetail neatly.
When Cezara isn’t telling people how to pronounce her name, she can be found in modern art museums and cheesecake shops. So, now back to the important stuff – it’s pronounced ‘Says-are-a’ and rhymes with Che Guevara.
The finest Russian export since caviar and vodka. Anna likes yoga, techno and late night Youtube rabbitholes.
Sci-fi freak Pablo’s current mission is to make technology more beautiful and simpler to use. His future mission is to Mars – he’s just waiting for prices to drop.
Our Brazilian web aficionado has many interests: beer, troublemaking and coffee – usually in that order.
Podcast-loving, travel-obsessed Julie never fails to surprise. If she were to enter Mastermind, her specialist subject would be… Jaffa Cakes!
Luke is a fan of the four B’s – Britney, Buckfast, Buffy and Bacon.
What he lacks in sporting knowledge he makes up for in hair length.
In between baking and spin classes, you’ll find Maeve trying out the newest sushi spots in Dublin.
Glenamaddy has been mourning the loss of one of its most entertaining daughters ever since Suzanne decided to make a name for herself in the big shmoke. While she has a particular interest in Irish rugby (players), her skills are truly multi-disciplinary. Thank you, Glenamaddy!
With a Cannes Gold Lion on the mantelpiece, Adrian may be one of Ireland’s most awarded creatives, but his childhood ambition of being a pop star is still on track for major success in 2035.
Gary’s been A CREATIVE for the past 8 years, but creative all his life. Little wonder he’s nabbed a few awards along the way. When released from the agency, he enjoys playing piano, crafting puns, and subjecting his friends to both.
If Tom had spent as much time playing guitar as concentrating on his career, he’d be Jimi Hendrix by now. Using the same theory, he could have also been Heston Blumenthal. Or Eddie the Eagle for that matter.
Eimear loves to create, both inside and outside of work. Her specialties include videography, crochet and napping. Sometimes all three simultaneously.
Curtis shoots people in his free time. His work life is more balanced though – as well as shooting people, he shoots objects too.
Glen was born in 1975 at the mouth of an active volcano. He grew up listening to Black Metal and likes Dyson hoovers and burritos.
“Zoë Higgins, a young whore in a sapphire slip, closed with three bronze buckles, a slim black velvet fillet around her throat, nods, trips down the steps and accosts him…”
James Joyce – Ulysses
Darren is a super-smart designer, talented guitarist and all round good guy. He also shares his chocolate with those who pay him compliments.
Stephen spends his days bashing words together until they fit. He’s a firm believer that “good artists borrow, great artists steal”, and yet still cannot find a publisher for his debut novel ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’.
It’s all about harmony and balance for Camilla: balance sheets, work/life balance, a ten mile run followed by a ten course meal. And we’re right there with her on her finely-tuned tightrope.
Nicki is steadily learning tiny bits of every language in the world by hosting multi-national students at home. Thankfully, her grasp of accountancy is more robust. Hardly surprising as she’s been doing it since she was a student herself!
Big, integrated ideas across all communications platforms.
The crucial insights that lay a foundation for all creative thinking.
Ideas that speak the language and spark the conversations of the world.
Insight driven communications strategies that deliver compelling narratives and powerful storytelling.
Mobile solutions that seamlessly engage consumers with branded experiences.
Data transformed into actionable insights.
Brand identities that are built to last, because they build brand equity.
Our in-house content studio is a best-in-class content delivery system incorporating live-action editorial, audio, design, animation, and digital production.
Smart, intuitive, and engaging user experiences.
We create proprietary apps digital experiences, and tangible products that translate into real-world sales.