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  • He was replaced by Giles Hedger, ex-Leo Burnett London, until he too departed in 2017 to lead M&C Saatchi London. He was succeeded by Vicki Holgate. Owen Lee was promoted to co-chief creative officer
  • Steps were taken to strengthen the London office in 2001, not least with John Hegarty's return to the UK. BBH took its first steps into Brazil in 2002, acquiring a significant minority stake in local
  • Bruce Haines, former CEO of Leo Burnett London was named as global chief operating officer in 2008, before becoming chief strategy officer three years later. However, he left the company in 2012. Lotta
  • Publicis Germany, Publicis London and Publicis Milan. In France, the flagship Paris agency operates under the name Publicis Conseil. It also serves as the umbrella for several satellite units. Publicis
  • Associated or absorbed brands include London-based design shop SAS and JKL Group in Scandinavia. There are also offices throughout Asia. The group continues to expand through acquisition. Among the more
  • 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.
  • part-subsidiary BBH took charge of creative work from London, Burnett itself handled the account out of the US, while Dentsu managed marketing in Japan. Also that year, the group captured the $2.8bn consolidated
  • 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
  • In 1999, echoing a successful restructuring of Leo Burnett's New York flagship, incoming CEO Steve Blamer divided Grey London into colour-coded sub-agencies in order to encourage flexibility and creative
  • name K advertising before being absorbed into Saatchi London. Later, ad agency Cliff Freeman and direct marketer Kobs & Draft were sold to management. (Kobs & Draft became DraftDirect, and later DraftFCB)

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