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  • It changed its name to Y&R London in 2016. A separate simplification at around the same time was applied to the two outposts in Spain, formerly Tapsa Y&R in Madrid and Vinizius Y&R Barcelona. They are
  • a joint venture combining the media operations of Leo Burnett and Bartle Bogle Hegarty. The group bought out BBH's 50% share in 2003. Starcom Motive was renamed Starcom UK in 2005, and continued to operate
  • within the international network was undoubtedly the London outpost. In 2011, the group bolstered this outpost with the acquisition of independent CRM agency Digital & Direct for £24m (around three times
  • 166m and even the other personality driven agency Leo Burnett was just under $70m. Yet Benson Ogilvy & Mather was still scraping along with billings of less than $12m. Despite Ogilvy's claim in 1958 to
  • Offices were opened in London, Montreal, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires. During the early years of the 20th century, the agency was a training ground for several future giants of the industry, not least
  • the other 50% is split between Leo Burnett and Saatchi & Saatchi. An even more important partnership market is India, where the local outpost of MediaCom is a joint venture with local group Madison Communications,
  • west of London. In 1933 he launched a slightly sweeter version of his father's Milky Way, which he named the Mars Bar. A year later he diversified into petfood, buying Chappel Brothers, a company which
  • see Leo Burnett London and Leo Burnett Paris). Leo Burnett Germany was formed from the acquisition of the Luerzer/Conrad agency in 1980, and was known for many years as Michael Conrad & Leo Burnett despite
  • coincidence Fallon also won two other pieces of business off Leo Burnett in the same year - part of the McDonalds account (later resigned), as well as another key account, Miller Lite, worth $130m. (The
  • Partners. The London outpost of D'Arcy, like most others in the international network, was folded into Leo Burnett. Brazilian shop Salles/D'Arcy was folded into Publicis Norton (becoming Publicis Salles

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