Tag Archives: ogilvy & mather

Which ad agency was the best in the world in 2011?

It’s a pretty impossible question to answer, as we know more about agencies in the UK and US than we do in many other markets. But it’s still worth having a go. In the UK Bartle Bogle Hegarty had an ...

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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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Ogilvy & Mather in China sets sail up the Yangtze

No doubt with all-poweful creative director Graham Fink on the bridge, scanning the horizon for dangers ahead. WPP’s Ogilvy & Mather, which is enjoying a rich vein of form at the moment, is expanding away from Beijing and the coastal ...

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MEC’s bad run continues with Toys R Us loss

WPP’s creative agencies, especially Ogilvy & Mather, are having a good run in the US at the moment but on the media front, particularly at MEC, it’s not quite so good. MEC, which recently replaced North America CEO Lee Doyle ...

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Grey boosts Latin America creative line-up with Santo’s Lucas Panizza

Santo Buenos Aires creative director Lucas Panizza is joining WPP-owned Grey as ECD of Grey and integrated shop G2, a further sign of the huge investment pouring into Latin American agencies in advance of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 ...

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Blow for DDB as Ogilvy’s creative trio scoop $500m Philips global account

Something seems to be stirring under the bonnet of the stately Ogilvy & Mather limousine (‘At sixty miles an hour the loudest…) as the WPP-owned agency has added to its triumph in sharing the $1bn SC Johnson account with Omnicom’s ...

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