Tag Archives: Interpublic

K-Y Jelly gives MM a helping hand

Noticed the other day that it was National Bee Day somewhere or other. Are we running out of days? It’s seemingly Masturbation Month in the US and elsewhere – which sounds a bit more more fun, certainly less hazardous – ...

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IPG posts solid Q1 and forecasts 5-6 per cent for the year

Interpublic (IPG), owner of McCann, FCB, UM and Initiative plus a newish collection of data businesses, delivered solid Q1 numbers, the first under New CEO Philippe Krakwosky. First quarter net revenue was $2.03 billion (up 2.8% on 2020) with net ...

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Pandemic job cuts another sign of reduced role for agencies

Campaign has been doing some digging into the small print of Interpublic’s and Omnicom’s annual reports for 2020, to discover that the two ad holding companies have cut 10,000 roles over last year’s course of the pandemic. The cost of ...

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Interpublic inches ahead of rivals in 2020

Interpublic has announced its full year and Q4 2020 results and, as has been the case recently, they’re just ahead of Europe-based rival Publicis Groupe (and probably other rivals yet to report) with fourth quarter reported net revenue of $2.28 ...

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Departing Roth steers a steady pandemic course at IPG

CEOs like to depart the stage on a high note and Michael Roth at Interpublic (IPG), who’s stepping down to be replaced by COO Philippe Krakwsky (both below), is doing a pretty good job during Covid-19 it seems. It wasn’t ...

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