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  • he negotiated the acquisition of UK marketing group Engine, parent to WCRS and other agencies, and is now its chairman. Last full revision 17th November 2017 * Archive page for historical reference
  • Engine and injected into it various other US assets including creative agency Trailer Park Studios.) One of the various businesses acquired by Haggin was a small digital agency called SolutionSet. All
  • sales were UK-based sponsorship agency Karen Earl to Engine Group; and digital adserving agency TangoZebra to DoubleClick. The group agreed to sell The Coutts Group to rival instore agency Bezier. Issuing
  • a separate UK subsidiary making engines and gearboxes, as well as an additional €106m in cash. Yet the business continued to sit on a financial knife-edge. Towards the end of 2001, facing the prospect
  • Following Ingram's example, British agency WCRS bought up The Media Department in 1988 and established it as the UK arm of French independent media shop Carat. The same year, Saatchi & Saatchi spun off
  • Henry and Chaldecott a highly admired creative team at WCRS. Silent partner Robin Price became the new agency's financial director. HHCL was formed with a clear mission to shake up the advertising landscape
  • Social media unit Jam was promptly sold to Engine Group, and just two days after the appointment of administrators, all i-level's remaining staff were made redundant, its clients were transferred to other
  • Varley was, as chairman, to be the main engine of CP&V's dramatic growth over the following two decades, playing a leading role in the drive to rebuild Britain's export industry in its traditional pre-
  • Stephen Woodford was recruited from WCRS/Engine in the summer of 2006 to fill Hammersley's empty chair, but was unable to take up that role until the beginning of 2007 for contractual reasons. He was
  • now part of Engine Group). However the first few months as part of Snyder were uncomfortable. The agency suffered a series of resignations by key creatives and managers in 1999 and 2000, as well as the

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