Tag Archives: Paul Simons

Paul Simons: heroes of adland stalk Soho’s Star & Garter

The Star & Garter is one of London Soho’s famous watering holes and here, in a tribute to late MAA partner Paul Simons, Paul imagines the coincidental return of some of UK adland’s leading lights. I decided to make a ...

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Paul Simons: is data grail driving WPP’s shotgun marriages?

Here’s another compelling piece in tribute to the late Paul Simons, an MAA partner. On the agency mergers within WPP and the, possibly alarming, realisation that these days data is driving the agency train. The merging of two entities such ...

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Paul Simons: Lee Clow taught me ‘less is more’ at TBWA

MAA partner Paul Simons sadly died last week. In tribute here’s one of his pieces about Lee Clow of TBWA and Apple fame. Lee Clow has decided to hang up his boots after a very long and distinguished career. I ...

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George Parker: Paul Simons was right about some clients

I must say, I was pleased to see that Stephen Foster, in his great wisdom, has promised to re-publish many of Paul Simons past pieces. All are highly recommended. As I commented last week… “Truly sorry to hear the news. ...

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