Tag Archives: germany

Lufthansa goes to German indie shop Kolle Rebbe – life doesn’t get any better for Nick Brien’s McCann

Interpublic CEO Michael Roth must be a rather worried man this Christmas; the holding company has hauled itself out of the knacker’s yard but two of his big agency networks, DraftFCB and McCann Erickson are not performing while the third, ...

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Social media is driving the global business to business market says new GlobalWebindex report

Researcher Trendstream’s GlobalWebIndex has released its first detailed look at the social media behaviour of business to business decision makers, Social Strategy for B2B Marketing 2011. Based on interviews with 17,425 decision makers in 27 markets from July 2009 to ...

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Publicis Groupe launches new global mobile and social media agency CRM365

You’d think that Maurice Levy’s already had enough digital media agencies with Digitas, Razorfish and two acquisitions this year in Rosetta Marketing Group and Big Fuel. But Levy (pictured), an IT expert himself in the days when computers were rather ...

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Facebook cost per click price up 74 per cent, display rates up 45 per cent

Facebook may still have its doubters as an effective advertising medium but that hasn’t stopped a tidal wave of big brand ad money flowing into the social network site. New research by Facebook specialist TBG Digital says the ‘cost per ...

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The jewels in the crown – the world’s top indie agencies are Wieden+Kennedy, Droga5 and Germany’s Jung von Matt

Which, strangely enough, were the three top agencies in the Cannes awards list of top indie agencies. I was actually going to put Mother third in this list despite a disappointing Cannes (the judges obviously didn’t get Ikea, reasonably probably) ...

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Credit Agricole, Quick drop French football team

The Eurozone is in crisis, not because of dodgy finances but because of the lamentable performances of its so-called ‘big’ football teams. La belle France is leading the way after the extraordinary row following sulky striker Nicolas Anelka’s half-time description ...

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