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M&C Saatchi Sport & Entertainment has been praised for its performance in the first half of this year, helping parent company M&C Saatchi increase its gross profit by five per cent to £127.2 million.
The firm opened the San Mateo location in 2006 when it acquired A&R Partners.
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Bite's global chief executive will lead the combined agency as Text100 CEO Aedhmar Hynes exits.
The Michigan-based firm will be known simply as Lambert.
The firm has also upped Rachi Govil to New York healthcare practice leader.
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Waheed Hassan, formerly of Alliance Advisors and Institutional Shareholder Services, will lead the practice.
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The Burson-Marsteller alum will serve as chief growth officer at the agency.
The firm is breaking out a popular service provided as part of broader offerings since its inception.
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Deogun was editor-in-chief and SVP of business news at the network.
The firm also named sports leads for North America, Europe, and Asia.
Investors and board members have reportedly been disappointed in MDC's performance under Kauffman.
The Miami-based firm will be renamed Republica Havas.
Martin Sorrell has unveiled S4 Capital's stock market prospectus and claimed the content production business will win clients by cutting out ad agencies.
Barr previously led U.S. operations for Cognito.
The news this week that Mark Read had been appointed CEO of WPP came after a painful interregnum following the abrupt departure of the charismatic Martin Sorrell after more than 30 years at the helm. But is Read a thoughtful and safe pair of hands or a dull accountant with little in the way of leadership skills?
Both financial and personal motives are behind the spate of deals.
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And what clients are doing to make the getting-to-know-you process less uncomfortable.