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Publicis boss Sadoun hymns new business wins – so a return to growth should be just around the corner?

Is Publicis winning the global new business battle? CEO Arthur Sadoun (below) certainly thinks so judging by this memo, “obtained” by Campaign. You mean Arthur didn’t pop it into an email? “Bonjour, I’m sorry to bother you again over the ...

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WPP and Publicis win (quite a lot) of Mondelez in review

Global snack behemoth Mondelez has concluded a lengthy review by consolidating its global creative account with WPP and Publicis, Adweek tells us. Well it kind of has except Interpublic’s The Martin Agency continues on Oreo globally (a pretty big brand ...

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Rudd makes two key hirings to boost Fallon

Former Ogilvy London CEO Charlie Rudd, now ensconced as head of conjoined Publicis agencies Leo Burnett and Fallon, has made his first major move, hiring strategist Olly Markeson from Richard Branson’s in-house operation and creative director Jodo Paulo Testa from ...

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Interpublic sails on as European rivals face headwinds

Interpublic continues to lead the holding company pack in terms of both organic growth and financials although it slowed a little in the second quarter of 2019. Q2 organic growth was three per cent (4.6 per cent for the half ...

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Now Sadoun divides Publicis US creative empire into three

Publicis Groupe is reorganising its US creative agencies into three groups – east, west and center – with Jem Ripley returning from Capgemini to run east, Andrew Bruce running west and Andrew Swinand center. Publicis agencies include Publicis Worldwide, Leo ...

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Creative boss Nick Law set to leave Publicis for Apple

Well that didn’t last long. Publicis Groupe CCO and Publicis Communications president Nick Law (below) is reported by Ad Age to be leaving the French-owned marcoms group after just 18 months. To join Apple in an as yet undefined role ...

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