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  • Dentsu was said to have opened negotiations to buy the business, but no deal materialised. Finally, after what are reported to have been several years of on-off talks, a deal was agreed with WPP. Sir
  • a joint venture with Dentsu Aegis-owned Posterscope. In 2016, Nielsen (in Campaign) ranked Zenith as the #5 local media agency with billings of £588m. Key accounts that year included Reckitt Benckiser,
  • the second global media network within what is now Dentsu Aegis Network, sitting behind lead brand Carat. Vizeum presents itself in part as a "challenger" brand, undertaking more flexible or unconventional
  • Dentsu London relaunched in 2012 as the UK office of highflying US agency McGarryBowen, now the most successful arm of Japanese giant Dentsu's international creative business. That marks the latest, and
  • Dentsu Aegis Network Profile subscribers click here for full profile Dentsu Aegis Network is the umbrella for all international operations of Japanese marketing giant Dentsu. It was formed in Spring
  • the entire business was acquired by Japanese giant Dentsu. Earlier the same year, the network scored the biggest account win in its history with the consolidation of the global General Motors account,
  • as Asia's most international marketing group after Dentsu, with a growing presence outside its home market, although that profile is almost entirely dependent on lead client and part-parent Samsung. The
  • In early 2002, Denstu acquired a 40% stake in this business and it was repositioned as Frontage to develop communications for broadband media. A separate arm of the group has developed technology for
  • Hakuhodo is Japan's second biggest agency behind Dentsu, operating regional offices throughout the country, as well as a network of subsidiary specialist agencies and other marketing services businesses
  • or Asatsu-DK) still trails behind leaders Dentsu and Hakuhodo. Original core agency Asatsu closed the gap a little as a result of a 1999 takeover of Dai-Ichi Kikaku, then the #7 agency, now the DK in

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