Tag Archives: WPP

Walgreen Boots Alliance reviews global business at WPP

Walgreens Boots Alliance is looking for a new global agency to “accelerate its digital transformation,” prompted in part by changes imposed on its retail and whoesale pharma business by the Covid-19 pandemic. It spends an estimated $280m a year. Which ...

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MediaCom’s Stephen Allan and the end of media agency era

An era is coming to a close in media agencies with another of the group of UK media traders who have dominated big media agency land stepping down, MediaCom head Stephen Allan. Allan is being replaced by another Brit and ...

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WPP wins Unilever’s China media business from PHD

China is going back to work, 90% of it anyway, and Unilever has been quick out of the blocks, awarding its estimated $500m mainland media account to WPP and its media holding company GroupM. The incumbent was Omnicom’s PHD. Recently ...

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