Philip Marshall Durbrow, Chairman & CEO, Marshall Strategy
One of the world’s leading authorities on corporate and brand identity.
As Chairman of Marshall Strategy, Philip provides leadership for our firm and, as head of our international identity practice, provides strategic and creative guidance to high level government, corporate and non-profit clients. Philip was formerly Vice Chairman of Landor Associates, the world’s largest identity firm, where he founded and managed the worldwide Corporate Identity Group. He was also Vice Chairman of Frankfurt Balkind, the leading communication consultancy to the motion picture and television industry.
Philip has personally directed over two hundred programs creating successful identity strategies for entities such as: GE, Caterpillar, Bank of America, Fleet Financial, Walt Disney, 20th Century Fox, Cotton Incorporated, Stanford University, Pacific Telesis, Sprint, Knight Ridder, Times Mirror, Westin Hotels, Alcatel (France), Barclay’s Bank (England), Old Mutual (South Africa), Sony (Japan), Feruzzi (Italy) Jardine Matheson (Hong Kong), The World Wildlife Fund (Switzerland) and the Nobel Prize Committee (Sweden). He has served on The President’s Design Council and has been a featured speaker at the World Affairs Council, The European CEO Roundtable, The American Marketing Association, The Bank Marketing Association and The American Society of Security Analysts. He is a former Hollywood stuntman and Army officer who has trained with the U.S. Equestrian Team and was a member of the U.S. Olympic Rowing Team.
Philip graduated from Menlo College, attended the School of Environmental Design at the University of California at Berkeley, received his BGE from the University of Nebraska and graduated from the Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School. Strategic Identity Programs led by Philip Durbrow General Electric, World Wildlife Fund, Cotton, Inc., American Film Institute, Caterpillar, 20th Century Fox.