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  • WCRS's campaign for directory service 118 118 arguably out-Mothered Mother in 2002, and effectively marked the end of 1970s style in ads). This counter-culture style was (and still is) reflected in Mother'
  • followed by Element, a joint venture with WCRS. Gradually, however, the joint venture arrangements were discontinued. Element was absorbed into WCRS; Naked Inside was swallowed up in the creation of
  • now the owner of Engine Group - held around 7% of equity for several years. It inherited its shareholding in Huntsworth in 2009 from the acquisition of US agency Dutko, which it had previously part-owned.
  • Engine, Inferno (later FCB Inferno), Kindred, M&C Saatchi, McCann London, Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R and Ogilvy & Mather Group. However, a subsequent revamp at the end of 2016 led to the departure
  • PAA was subsequently acquired by WCRS). Group chairman Ben Langdon vowed to boost new business, promising to double revenues by 2007. But despite a good new business performance in the first three quarters
  • Kent is one of the largest manufacturers of diesel engines in Europe, and there are two other plans making engines and transmissions. A factory in Southampton making Transit vans was closed in 2014, with
  • BMW business after some 35 years at previous agency WCRS. The rejuvenated FCB Inferno was catapulted back into the Top 30 in 2014 with billings of £69m. Corporate entity FCB Inferno Ltd reported turnover
  • WCRS | Engine Group (UK) Profile subscribers click here for full profile WCRS is a highly regarded full service agency, based in London. Until 2004, it was part of the Havas-owned Arnold Worldwide
  • owners of Thomas The Tank Engine and Sooty, in 2001 for £45.5m. The Glen Ellen and MG Vallejo Californian wine brands were sold in 2002 to Franzia Winery of the US. Last full revision 3rd August 2017
  • company to fast-expanding British advertising group WCRS (now Engine). Renowned as a superb dealmaker, Gilbert Gross negotiated a handsome price of $120m for the brothers' shares. (Also a world-class

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