Results from This Site: 21 - 30 of 268 total results for WPP
  • Airlines plans to move global CRM and media out of WPP (Wunderman and Wavemaker respectively). Discount supermarket Lidl called a review of UK creative out of incumbent TBWA. Click here for a summary
  • In the news this past week: Agencies WPP is to depart its corporate HQ in London's Farm Street after more than three decades in residence. The office was originally part of J Walter Thompson, WPP's
  • With only WPP left to report 2Q figures (not until September), here's the current ranking for organic growth (or decline) in 2Q. Dentsu 5.9%, Interpublic 5.6%, Omnicom 2.0%, MDC -1.7%, Publicis -2.1%,
  • Dentsu next week; and WPP not until next month. WPP was reported to be in talks to sell a 20% stake in its collective agency assets in China to a consortium comprising local online giants Alibaba and
  • shrugging off a legal threat from WPP and a rival bid from Accenture. Sorrell originally opened talks with MediaMonks late last year while he was CEO of WPP. The latter has complained that he is, as a
  • long for the truce between Sir Martin Sorrell and WPP to fall apart. Both now appear to be involved in a tug of war over a potential acquisition. At the beginning of the week, Sorrell was reported to
  • both at the expense of WPP, capturing global media for Revlon (awarded to Initiative, out of Mediacom) and media in Australia for Nestle (to UM, out of Wavemaker). However, IPG surrendered media for Dunkin'
  • In the final round-up, Omnicom ended WPP's seven-year run as Holding Company of the Year, with the most awards. Adam&Eve DDB failed to secure any Grand Prix but was the overall most awarded agency; BBDO
  • but WPP's Ogilvy has the business in South Africa. The big losers will be independent local agencies who will not be able to take part. The most seriously affected is German indie Grabarz & Partner, a
  • assets that prompted an internal investigation at WPP and his subsequent resignation related to one or more payments to a prostitute, apparently funded out of expenses. The WSJ was the first to break

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