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Accenture pulls out of media auditing – could Dentsu’s DAN be in its sights?

Anybody out there with a media agency they’d like to sell? Accenture is pulling out of media auditing to concentrate on “agency” services, which may well include full-on media planning and buying. It already handles programmatic for some advertisers. Accenture ...

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Andree’s leave of absence adds to uncertainty at Dentsu

Dentsu Aegis Network boss Tim Andree is taking leave of absence for health reason, another sign of upheaval at the Dentsu-owned network which handles the Japanese holding company’s giant media business outside its homeland. Andree (below) was in charge of ...

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Dentsu adds to global agency gloom, slipping back in 2019

Japanese ad and media giant Dentsu is cutting its forecast for 2019 (although it doesn’t specify to what) following a disappointing first half when revenue was marginally up but organic growth went into reverse: 1.5 per cent for the company ...

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Dentsu’s Webchutney brews up a winner for Chakra Tea

One way or another India features heavily in awards these days and here’s another candidate that surely has a Cannes category in waiting. It’s by Dentsu Webchutney for Chakra Tea and the wheeze in question is a tea kettle that ...

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Victoria Milligan rejoins agency business at Dentsu Aegis

Good to see Victoria Milligan returning to the media agency fold as marketing and communications director of Dentsu Aegis Network UK & Ireland. She is the widow of Sky sales boss Nick Milligan who died with their eight year old ...

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US market and media worries slow Dentsu

Dentsu’s profit growth has slowed to 3.1 per cent in the first quarter of 2017 as the US stuttered to a halt, with growth of just 0.6 per cent. Media buying arm Dentsu Aegis Network (which owns Carat) was once ...

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