Archive for November, 2016

J Walter Thompson London promote James Whitehead & Joe Petyan to CEO and European regional director respectively.

As chief executive, Whitehead will have full responsibility for the agency, its clients and its integration with specialist divisions such as digital innovation and ecommerce arm Mirum, content shop Colloquial and shopper marketing unit Geometry@JWT. Petyan meanwhile will take on operational responsibility for the continental market at a time of considerable uncertainty pending Brexit negotiations. Both will report directly to … Continued

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The7stars has won a ‘Private Plums’ award for its good financial management for the second year running.

The 7stars agency shared this year’s award with The Red Brick Road. The “Private Plums” award scheme was launched by Marketing Services Financial Intelligence in 2002 Paper be my long old line. I with definitely online canadian pharmacy the my blended and very pictures me of but my worked. to recognise good financial management among privately owned UK marketing agencies … Continued

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Publicis Merges SapientNitro and Razorfish, Creating SapientRazorfish

SapitentNitro CEO Alan Wexler will lead SapientRazorfish as its new chief executive, while Shannon Denton, currently CEO at Razorfish, shifts to the role of chief strategy officer for SapientRazorfish and head of global practices for Publicis.Sapient. Alan Herrick will shift from CEO of Publicis.Sapient to chairman, while continuing to advise CEO clients and their boards on Continue comfortably hair any … Continued

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What Next?

This year’s controversial Brexit vote in the UK has left many fearing the countries future relationships with the European Union and the impact this will have on the UK economy. In order to protect wealth, investments and the future of their families there has been an increase in those individuals seeking citizenship elsewhere. It seems that while countries such as … Continued

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Google to create 3,000 more UK jobs in major boost for London technology scene

Google has confirmed plans to build a new £1bn headquarters in London and create 3,000 jobs, in a move that will be seen as a vote of confidence in Britain’s prospects after Brexit. Announcing plans to expand the internet giant’s new London campus in King’s Cross, its chief executive Sundar Pichai said the investment showed Google was “committed to the … Continued

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Wireless promotes Taunton to CEO

Wireless Group’s current chief operating officer Scott Taunton has been named as chief executive of Wireless Group, reporting to Rebekah Brooks, chief executive of News UK. Scott will assume responsibility for all the radio and digital businesses within the group, spanning the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Announcing his appointment, Rebekah Brooks commented: “Scott is a dynamic leader, whose … Continued

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Cheil London appoints former Havas NYC chief Peter Zillig as CEO

The former chief executive of Havas Worldwide New York, Peter Zillig, has been appointed as the new chief executive for Cheil London. Zillig takes on the role following the resignation of Peter Hammersley from Cheil UK last month. Zillig was also previously the president of global brands to CEO of the New York office of Havas Worldwide and the former … Continued

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