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  • Havas reported a respectable 2Q. Organic growth of 2.7% was on a par with Publicis, which reported last week, but behind Interpublic and Omnicom. (WPP's numbers are due towards the end of August). The
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  • Havas Worldwide has scored a significant personnel coup, poaching Grey London's CEO Chris Hirst to become group chief executive of Havas Creative Group UK & Europe. Hirst will oversee all the network'
  • In the news this past week: Agencies Havas established closer ties with Vivendi through the formation of the Global Music Data Alliance, a partnership with the French media group's Universal Music
  • Ties between Havas and French media group Vivendi, best known as the owner of Canal+ and Universal Music, strengthened. Bollore Groupe, now the 73% shareholder in Havas, increased its stake in larger
  • and it was snapped up in 2000 by French predator Havas. The Washington Redskins is an entirely separate business, still chaired and owned by Dan Snyder. It is one of America's most celebrated and successful
  • CEO of Havas Australia & New Zealand after five years in that role. He will not be directly replaced. Instead the three CEOs of subisidiary divisions Havas Creative (Laura Adlington), Havas Media (Victoria
  • has joined the Havas network with the sale of a 51% stake. Founded and led by Georges Mohammed-Chérif, the agency has engaged in negotiations with several groups over the years, and came close to a deal
  • organic growth, followed by Omnicom at 2.5% and Havas at 0.1%. MDC was negative -0.9%, ahead of Dentsu at -1.6%, Publicis at -1.8% and WPP at -2.8%. Adbrands Daily Update 14th May 2019: Beiersdorf is
  • followed by Interpublic at 11.5% and Havas at 11.4%. A little way behind was Publicis (despite its string of account wins) with 10.5%, followed by WPP at 9.5% and then Dentsu with 9.1%. Adbrands 28th

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