Tag Archives: Maurice Saatchi

M&C Saatchi’s £100m Visit Britain win shows the politics of advertising under the coalition

For a start there’s the appointment itself, one would expect M&C Saatchi, proprietor Tory peer Lord (Maurice) Saatchi, to pick up business from a Tory-dominated coalition government. As indeed it already has with a new cancer awareness campaign. Then there’s ...

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World exclusive! The secret diary of Martin Sorrell (aged 13 and a bit)

Thanks to some Daily Telegraph-style subterfuge we have succeeded in gaining an early look at The Secret Diary of Martin Sorrell (aged 13 and a bit). This will be serialised in full, we believe, in, er, the Daily Telegraph. It ...

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What’s next for buoyant M&C Saatchi?

The ‘nothing is impossible’ boys at M&C Saatchi surprised the City of London yesterday by announcing an 11 per cent increase in revenue in the six months to June 30 although pre-tax profits fell by 15 per cent to £4.84m ...

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Margaret Thatcher steals the show at Saatchi 40th birthday party

She may be 84 and struggling with dementia but former prime minister Margaret Thatcher stole the show at the joint Saatch & Saatchi/M&C Saatchi 40th birthday celebrations at Charles Saatchi’s Kings Road, Chelsea, art gallery. No sign of Charlie though. ...

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Has anyone in London got (any of) the Saatchi brothers’ pizazz?

It’s a bit much, after all, when advertising agencies escape from the ghetto of trade media for the first time in years only when two brothers who are well into their sixties (one of whom has retired from advertising if ...

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Saatchi & Saatchi and the Saatchi brothers team up to celebrate 40 years

Well that’s what seems to be happening this Thursday anyway as Charles and Maurice Saatchi team up with Saatchi & Saatchi, the agency they founded and which kicked them out back in 1994, to celebrate 40 fabulous years. It just ...

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