NEW YORK — "Look what I’ve got," exclaimed 34-year-old Fader publisher Jon Cohen, exhibiting the exuberance of a teenager as he whipped out his new, sleek, blue Nokia 3650 cell phone and hoisted it to snap instant digital photos of his breakfast companions outside Balthazar.

Nokia, he explained, is a client of Cornerstone Promotion, a marketing agency formed in the late Nineties, when Cohen and business partner Rob Stone exited marketing gigs at Sony and Arista, respectively. Initially a promoter of fledgling musicians, founded by Stone in 1996, Cornerstone’s franchise was extended to fashion, film and technology clients when Cohen joined him a year later. Today, its roster includes Nike, Diesel, Levi’s, Sprite and Microsoft’s MSN network and Xbox.

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