It's a not-so-secret menu for shirts that help the less fortunate.
The CMG division as a whole posted an organic revenue increase of 1.9% in Q2 to $320.1 million.
Agency veteran Zach Colvin is leading the spinoff firm.
Huntsworth saw like-for-like revenue growth in its comms agencies for the first time in "a number of years" in the first half of 2019, with Grayling UK highlighted for its "standout" performance.
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Day One Agency hosted a panel with in-house Gen Zers to get their POV.
The holding company's performance was held aloft by strong results in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
The agency will help the organization reintroduce South Florida to the world.
The world's second-largest PR agency has a new CEO.
Omnicom's PR unit overall was down by 1.3% organically.
Burson-Marsteller founder will leave New York City next week and relocate to his hometown of Memphis.
Plus: Get ready for new emojis.
Avocados From Mexico targets older people in its new marketing.
He was previously creative director at Jack Morton Worldwide London.
The app was launched in 2016 by ESPN commentator Matthew Berry.
How the platform is beating the social media clock through quick content creation and universal relatability.
Joele Frank Wilkinson Brimmer Katcher and Kekst CNC are the new names at the top of two Mergermarket tables that rank PR agencies by M&A deals they handled globally in the first half of 2019.
She'll focus on growing the M&A advisory firm's U.S. footprint.
Staying wholly owned by WPP would have limited ambitions, Kantar CEO says.
The agency will support the group's mission to increase female representation at asset management firms.
Forget the management consultancies for a second. Stars also want a part of the content marketing space.
PR firms are taking precautions to ensure the ideas they pitch aren't used without their consent.
In an increasingly casual culture, knowing what to wear to a client meeting can be a challenge.
Is this the year PR firms finally break through?
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has its work cut out to convince governments, technology partners and consumers that its products and telco infrastructure are safe, experts warn.