Sandifer, Flanders brought on board.

Corporate event producer TBA Global Events has realigned its executive team and expanded with a new office in Manhattan. Scott Berlin is named executive VP of production and will supervise all staffing, organization and production of all TBA projects.

Chris Janese, formerly managing director of TBA's San Diego office, is now executive VP of sales. His list of clients includes Microsoft, Nortel, BEA Systems, SAP, Cartier and others.

Greg Anton is named executive VP of creative. Anton joined TBA in 1997 and has worked with such clients such as SAP, Intel and Bristol Myers Squibb. In his new post, Anton will be responsible for TBA's team of creative directors, designers, artists and strategists.

Newly-added to the TBA top executive team are Dominic Sandifer and Steven Flanders, brought on board as leaders in the newly-launched integrated brand marketing division. With Sandifer in L.A. and Flanders in New York, both will serve as executive VP of integrated brand marketing.

Formed by Thomas "Jock" Weaver as TBA Entertainment, Irving Azoff purchased the event production and management firm in partnership with veteran entertainment executive Robert Geddes and investment firm JHW Greentree Capital -- an affiliate of Stamford, Conn.-based Whitney & Co. -- in 2004. It has since divested itself of its management division and taken on a more global presence.