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Publicis wants data “apprentices,” M&C goes for creativity

Two different views of what agencies need perhaps. Publicis is partnering with apprentice-finder Multiverse, Tony Blair son Euan’s creation, to expand what it calls its ‘data academy’ to 100 employees or apprentices. This will, it says, give the lucky 100 ...

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M&C Saatchi tossed around on share price waves

Are M&C Saatchi executives enjoying the sun – and the plethora of Grand Prix – in Cannes? Maybe they are but the agency is being tossed around on more stormy seas as Next15’s agreed takeover bid founders – it’s now ...

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M&C Saatchi back in play as share prices stutter

The M&C Saatchi share price isn’t helping the M&C board and preferred suitor Next15, sinking below 200p which makes rival Vin Murria’s bid, exceeded comfortably by Next15’s £310m a couple of weeks ago, more attractive. Next15’s share price isn’t helping ...

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Next 15 in surprise £310m swoop on embattled M&C Saatchi

We thought another bidder might be circling M&C Saatchi as it batted off Vin Murria’s takeover bid but didn’t expect it to be Next 15, the £1.2bn tech based agency group that is currently absorbing £81m Engine Creative. Next 15 ...

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Gloves off in Murria bid to take over M&C Saatchi

Deputy chairman Vin Murria’s bid for M&C Saatchi – with her quoted tech vehicle AdvancedAdvT – is turning nasty with M&C’s directors labelling her latest joint bid “derisory.” The Murria camp’s latest bid and first formal offer (mostly shares) values ...

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M&C Sports & Entertainment snaps up Barclays

M&C Saatchi is nothing if not resilient: it may be under siege from deputy chairman Vin Murria and her tech investment vehicle, but it keeps picking up business. The agency’s M&C Sports & Entertainment has supplanted Iris on Barclays’ sports ...

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Now NHS and M&C Saatchi go to war on heart attacks

The poor old UK has undergone a veritable barrage of ads from NHS England through Covid, necessary no doubt but hardly likely to create a feelgood factor. The NHS, possibly fortified by all that money it’s supposed to be getting ...

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