"We believe in the power of design to solve universal challenges, build, and shift culture, and ultimately move people to action."
People moves and account wins.
CEO Arthur Sadoun sent a memo to staff today.
The group has pledged to offer $1.5 million in free marketing services bi-annually.
The state expects to make a decision later this summer.
The agency’s clients include Adam Sandler, Anna Kendrick and Beaches and Sandals Resorts.
M&C Saatchi said its trading results for April and May "were not quite as severe" as first expected, as it seeks additional funding amid the coronavirus crisis.
The position is modeled on the showrunner job in the TV industry.
The holding company leaders didn't let an empty Palais des Festivals stop them from celebrating.
The combined company would see $35 million in synergies from the deal.
People moves, account wins and other comms news.
Naria Frazer and Stefan Embry are leading the practice.
A joint venture with Chipotle got coverage across beauty and fashion media.
The organization is dedicated to advancing women in technology roles.
Journey of Arthur Sadoun and Maurice Lévy to Cannes features in film to promote Cannes-Do Awards.
Next 15 expects to see "modest growth" in revenue and profit in the first half of its financial year despite the impact of COVID-19, with "real recovery" likely in the "latter part of the fiscal year".
Omnicom, OPRG, Porter Novelli and former agency president Jennifer Swint have been named in Wright’s suit.
She also shared what she’ll bring to her new role as Wells Fargo’s comms head.
The Variable is making shirts reading “I’m just jogging” or “I’m just napping” to challenge implicit biases and benefit Color of Change.
The company has more than 2,000 corporate clients.
Bigger isn’t always better. With startups, it can be a detriment.
Large agencies are taking a look in the mirror. What they’re seeing is they still have work to do improving the balance of their top ranks, according to exclusive PRWeek data.
‘One of the biggest change management moments we’ve ever experienced’: How agencies are helping clients navigate re-entry
Businesses are playing it safe in bringing employees back to the office.
Big agencies are learning what smaller firms have known all along: There are some upsides to pitching from afar.
It’s not as simple as just delaying campaigns for one year.