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  • 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
  • Leo Burnett and other agencies in 2002. Benton & Bowles was first established in New York at the close of the 1920s. College friends William Benton and Chester Bowles had fallen into advertising by chance.
  • Its New York office was folded into Leo Burnett in 2009, and the London agency aligned with MSL Group. The agency was realigned once more in 2013 to become part of the Saatchi & Saatchi network, and was
  • London-born Ian Batey emigrated with his family to Australia in the late 1940s, and ended up working at Sydney's Jackson Wain agency (later acquired by Leo Burnett), first on the Qantas airlines account
  • decade at a variety of international agencies including Leo Burnett, JWT and McCann. Frustrated at the limitations of bigger agencies, and eager to direct his own films rather than just conceive the idea,
  • The local outpost of Leo Burnett is one of Australia's leading creative agencies, and in 2011 became the first Australian agency ever to feature among the Gunn Report's annual top ten of the world's most
  • 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

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