José Mollá

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José Mollá (born 1967) is an Argentine advertising executive who co-founded la comunidad – an independent advertising agency with offices in Miami and Buenos Aires – with his brother Joaquín Mollá. He is currently la comu's creative director.[1][2]

Before moving to Miami, Mollá was Creative Director at Wieden+Kennedy in Portland, Oregon, for five years, working mainly on the Nike account. Mollá’s work for Nike International, Coca-Cola and Powerbar led him to work in Wieden+Kennedy's offices in Amsterdam and London.

José moved to the US after helping Ratto/BBDO, in Buenos Aires, become the Argentinean agency that won the most international awards and also “Agency of the Year”.

He recently survived a shark attack.

He has been invited to judge several awards such as Cannes Lions, Clio Awards, The One Show, D&AD, ANDY awards, Art Directors Club, NY Festivals, London Festival, Radio Mercury Awards.

His work has been recognized by all of the International Awards, including two Gold Lions, and one Silver Lion, in the last two editions of Cannes.

José is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of The One Club.


  1. ^ Hunter, Sandy (1 February 2001). "The Brothers Molla Launch la comunidad". Boards Magazine. Archived from the original on 3 March 2001. Retrieved 2009-07-10. 
  2. ^ Wentz, Laurel (7 August 2006). "JOSE MOLLA, 39". Advertising Age. Retrieved 2009-07-10. 

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