Half Term Reports 2014: m/SIX

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2014, ahead of our School Reports for 2015. Here's how m/SIX view the first six months of their year.

  • Robinsons by M/SIX

    Robinsons by M/SIX

  • Samsung by M/SIX

    Samsung by M/SIX

  • The Sunday Times by M/SIX

    The Sunday Times by M/SIX


score (self-awarded): 8

Number of staff: 74

New business / billings: £8.5 Million

Summary of the year so far: "2014 has so far seen m/SIX consolidate the success of 2013 and continue to grow the agency at a pace.  We have successfully transitioned the New Business wins from the back end of 2013, namely DC Thomson, Pru Health, Pru Protect & Under Armour and added to this list with appointments on TalkTalk Business, Princess Cruises and CBRE.  We have built our Content / SEO division into a team of 4 now working across Carphone Warehouse, Under Armour, DC Thomson, Pru Health and Britvic. We are also continuing to develop our Global Network following wins in APAC on Disney and in the US on Qatar, Wall Street Journal and Zumba Fitness. 

Recent appointments of Simone Galletly as head of strategic planning and Matthew White as strategic client lead on Carphone demonstrate our investment in senior strategic talent and this is underpinned by the launch of Velocity Planning, a real-time planning approach that focuses on the application of data and puts content at the heart of what we do.  This enables us to leverage our position as the only agency supported by the trading might of GroupM but with the agility and passion of a boutique outfit."

Awards won so far in 2014:


Pick of the Year: Guiness, "the sapeurs" by AMV BBDO

Turkey of the Year: Santander, "123" by Havas Worldwide London


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