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Publicis adds to APAC laurels with Standard Chartered win

New business seems to have slowed somewhat following the flurry of post-pandemic pitches but Publicis has won more than its fair share over the last couple of years, now landing Standard Chartered AOR creative duties. The business moves from Omnicom’s ...

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Is the first digital advertising recession on the way?

Is this the “first digital advertising recession?” Michael Nathanson from media consultancy MoffettNathanson thinks so, saying “We are living through the first digital advertising recession, the likes of which we’ve never seen before.” Readers with long memories may recall the ...

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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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Renault and Publicis kick off Rugby World Cup ad wars

The Rugby World Cup hoves into view next year (union version – that’s the 15-a-side one although the way refs are dishing out yellow and red cards these days…) Among other things, that should give agencies the chance to make ...

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Publicis Groupe tightens hold on giant BT UK account

Publicis Groupe has tightened its hold on the BT UK business, CRM moving to Digitas from WPP’s Wunderman Thompson with fellow Publicis agency Saatchi & Saatchi picking up BT Sport business, both without a pitch. Saatchi handles BT’s main consumer ...

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Publicis boss Arthur Sadoun reveals cancer surgery

Publicis CEO Arthur Sadoun takes to the airwaves quite often, sometimes in cahoots with his old boss and fellow humourist Maurice Levy. Here he is in different mode, telling Publicis employees and others that he’s had treatment for a cancerous ...

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