Emmy award winning television network news producer, Dana Glaser, joins Kaplow as Vice President of Media Strategy. This new addition further strengthens K:drive, Kaplow’s creative services division comprised of three specialty areas: media strategy, digital marketing strategy, and thought leadership.
When Timex wanted to build out its fashion platform, Kaplow recognized the importance of aligning with a style authority to story-tell around the watch as a critical component of a total look. Kaplow sourced Amy E. Goodman – a former
Kaplow was tasked by Target Stores with raising awareness of innovative parent-invented products for the baby and toddler set. We jumped at the challenge! Afterall who knows babies better than moms and dads. Kaplow strategically crafted a media effort that primarily targeted mommy blogs
To capitalize on Easter and the busy Spring season – think graduation parties, weddings – as an important selling occasion, Burlington Coat Factory charged Kaplow with showcasing Burlington Coat Factory as the go-to retail location for affordable and fashionable children’s dressy apparel. Kaplow
Kaplow leveraged the impeccable style of eBay Design Director, Shawn Henderson, for a fun and colorful summer segment on Weekend Today, hosted by Jenna Wolfe, about America’s favorite lounging past-time – the hammock. Facilitating the segment from start to finish,
Sometimes a story comes along that is simply too dynamic to pass up. Recently Kaplow was enlisted to raise awareness for Patron Highcroft Racing, a high-performance racing team based in Danbury, Connecticut. The team competes in the American Le Mans
Welcome to Sophie Donelson who joins the agency in a consulting role across home, lifestyle, and luxury practices areas. Sophie’s extensive editorial experience includes tenures at Elle Décor, Blueprint and CITY magazines. She frequently writes for Cottages & Gardens, Departures,
Robert Mondavi Private Selection challenged Kaplow to demystify wine for Americans. Kaplow instantly recognized the importance of taking on the “intimidation factor” and making wine relatable to everyday dining. Thus the Crush in the City program was conceived as a