Half-Term Reports 2013: Partners Andrews Aldridge

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2013, ahead of our School Reports for 2014. Here's how Partners Andrews Aldridge view the first six months of their year.

Score (self-awarded): 5

Number of staff: 105

New business / billings: £3 million

Summary of the year so far: "The first half of the year has seen been focused on bedding in a number of significant big accounts that we picked up in the final quarter of 2012. This has also led to the appointment of new managing partner, Polly Jones, and planning director, Erminia Blackden, along with a soon to be announced chief strategy officer. During this time we also masterminded Rolls-Royce’s most technically advanced launch to date, took the world of single malt by storm with The Glenlivet Alpha and we’re about to change the way people bank with the new TV campaign for the Payments Council. As we push into the second half of the year we’ve turned our focus towards new business, adding three new clients to the portfolio (details to be released shortly). So while we’ve not had the limelight of 2012 our efforts have made us a stronger agency and we’re fit for growth over the next couple of months. "

Awards won so far in 2013: Rolls-Royce shortlisted for an Echo and 2 Dadi’s – winners to be announced soon.



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