M&C Saatchi has joined the growing list of do viagra tablets go bad London agencies competing for top creative talent and has hired top creative team Matt Pam and Simon Hipwell from CHI & Partners, formerly Clenmow Hornby Inge. CHI is 49 per cent owned by WPP.
Since the summer London creatives have been upping sticks in increasing numbers; the most spectacular example being the departure of four top names from DDB to Lowe & Partners. DDB riposted by luring two of its own former creatives from The Red Brick Road.
M&C Saatchi was also the subject of a generic viagra drugstore india major poaching expedition when executive creative director Graham Fink surprised nearly everybody by deciding to leave to oversee Ogilvy & Mather’s operations in China. M&C has since appointed Mark Goodwin as creative director but is still looking for a replacement for Fink to oversee the group which now includes 26 offices in 19 countries.
Pam and Hipwell worked at CHI for five and a cialis levitra pharmacycom half years, a veritable lifetime in current creative terms. Their main accounts at CHI were the Telegraph, Samsung and Anchor. At M&C they will work on the agency’s biggest accounts which include News international, canada pharmacy chewable viagra Coca-Cola, Google and (what’s left of) the COI.