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New Bellwether report reveals buoyant spending despite Brexit fears

Brexit? What Brexit? The latest IPA Bellwether report into marketers’ spending plans (300 of them) in Q4 2016 shows that 12.9 per cent actually increased budgets despite widespread fears/predictions that the vote to leave the EU and, in all likelihood ...

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IPA Bellwether predicts post-Brexit doom and gloom

The IPA’s latest quarterly Bellwether Report predicts a rapid slowdown in UK ad expenditure as a result of the Brexit decision. Forecast growth of 3.3 per cent in 2017 and 2.7 per cent in 2017 has been sharply revised to ...

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UK marketers cut first quarter 2011 budgets on slowdown fears

British companies cut their marketing budgets in the first quarter of 2011, for a second consecutive quarter, over fears that public spending cuts and rising inflation would dent the economy. The survey of around 300 British-based companies for the IPA/BDO ...

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UK advertisers fret about spending cuts, higher taxes

They seem to be anyway as the IPA’s latest survey into advertiser intentions shows that 22 per cent of those surveyed cut their budgets in the last quarter of 2010 against 17 per cent that increased them. The IPA represents ...

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Whoops! IPA Bellwether report shows clients cutting again

UK clients surveyed by the IPA’s quarterly Bellwether report have started cutting budgets again, reversing the optimism reflected in the previous report. In the quarter to June 20 per cent of the 300 marketing execs surveyed said they were cutting ...

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