Tag Archives: Sir Martin Sorrell

Sir Martin Sorrell: agencies can no longer access consumers

It seems a while since Sir Martin Sorrell did the rounds of the TV studios as in his WPP days but here’s the boss of S4Capital and MediaMonks regaling the viewers of CNBC with his views about the way companies ...

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Shareholder advisors on the war path over pay at Sorrell’s new S4 Capital

We thought Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay was yesterday’s news as he’s now ensconced at “better, faster, cheaper” S4 Capital. At WPP he controversially earned buckets including £72m in 2016. But now two shareholder advisors, Glass Lewis and ISS, are urging ...

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Sorrell’s S4 Capital is growing fast

Sir Martin Sorrell’s new S4 has reported revenue up 38 per cent to £40.9m and gross profit up 37 per cent to £32.8m in Q1 2019, a pretty staggering performance since the business only started a year ago following his ...

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Sir Martin Sorrell on Madison Avenue Manslaughter

Michael Farmer has just published the third edition of his invaluable Madison Avenue Manslaughter, surely the best analysis of the recent history of advertising and its agencies and guide to what to try to do next. We’ll have more from ...

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Sorrell surveys the ad world from Davos

Sir Martin Sorrell is in Davos this week and here he is plugging new venture S4 Capital. S4 may have morphed from a peanut to a coconut according to SMS. It’s also gaining a mind-numbing amount of publicity even if ...

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