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space150 hires Mike Fetrow to expand digital branding brainpower


MINNEAPOLIS and NEW YORK, December 5 – space150, an independent digital creative agency based in Minneapolis with offices in New York and Los Angeles today has announced the engagement of Mike Fetrow as VP Creative Director for the agency.

Fetrow believes in digital evolution just as much as space150 practices it. His duties at space150 will include furthering powerful creative ideas to help educate clients about this current marketing revolution and then show them how they can be a part of it.

“We are excited to have Mike on board,” said William Jurewicz, CEO of space150. “His extensive experience building clients brands through powerful creative ideas – and his track record of proven results caused by those ideas – will further raise the level and effectiveness of the creative product that is produced at space 150.”

“There has never been a marketing world filled with more opportunity than the one that exists today,” said Fetrow, “I am excited to leverage the cutting-edge creative and digital expertise at space150 to build great brand experiences for our clients and their consumers suited for today’s new marketing landscape.

Previously at Colle+McVoy, Fetrow spent 4 years as Executive Creative Director helping evolve the company from a 75-year-old business-to-business, agricultural-focused agency into a highly publicized and award-winning creative agency. He did this by attracting and working with clients such as Aveda, ESPN and Johnson & Johnson. Fetrow has been credited for his creative efforts by winning awards in competitions like The One Show, Cannes, Effie’s, Clios, The Emmys and others.

Before leading the creative group at Colle+McVoy Fetrow worked with agencies Carmichael Lynch, Saatchi & Saatchi and Fallon McElligott and was also a founder of the Minneapolis shop, One and All.