Home / Tag Archives: m&c saatchi (page 2)

Tag Archives: m&c saatchi

Feed Subscription

M&C Milan scores UniCredit Champions League goal

M&C Milan scores UniCredit Champions League goal

M&C Saatchi may have 20-odd offices worldwide (many minority stakes) but big international clients seem rather thin on the ground. But now its Milan office has been appointed by big Italian bank UniCredit (8500 branches and 147000 employees worldwide) to ...

Read More »

Johnny Fearless closes, M&C Saatchi wields the axe

Johnny Fearless closes, M&C Saatchi wields the axe

It’s not all Spring shoots and glasses of Pimms in London adland, despite the widely-held belief that the economy, and UK adspend, is on the up and up. Indie agency Johnny Fearless is closing its doors after four years in ...

Read More »

M&C lures Whelan from Arc for new shopper agency

M&C lures Whelan from Arc for new shopper agency

It’s all go at M&C Saatchi with a raft of new hirings (and some departures) following the buy of Lean Mean Fighting Machine and the elevation of Lean Mean’s Tom Bazeley as CEO of M&C London. Now M&C has lured ...

Read More »

M&C Saatchi expands into Brazil with Santa Clara stake

M&C Saatchi expands into Brazil with Santa Clara stake

M&C Saatchi worldwide has bought a stake, presumably a minority, in Brazilian creative agency Santa Clara. Headed by CEO Ulisses Zamboni and CCO Fernando Campos, Santa Clara is headquartered in Sao Paulo. Brazil is top of every agency’s wish list ...

Read More »

Elspeth Lynn leaves M&C as Lean Mean mob take over

Elspeth Lynn leaves M&C as Lean Mean mob take over

There are some strange doings at M&C Saatchi. Last year the agency, now well-establshed in London and the proud owner of an international network as well as a stock market quote, bought digital agency Lean Mean Fighting Machine for an ...

Read More »

NatWest and M&C promise fair banking at last – on credit cards, that is

NatWest and M&C promise fair banking at last – on credit cards, that is

‘Goodbye unfair banking, hello NatWest’ is a pretty brave statement from the RBS-owned bank and agency M&C Saatchi but an appealing one for a disenchanted market. And, as with M&C’s best work, the point is made clearly and effectively, in ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top