Editorial: A strong first year, BMB - now keep it up

Successful start-ups are good for the industry's collective health, so it is heartening that Beattie McGuinness Bungay is celebrating its first birthday in fine fettle. Indeed, its founding partners claim to have already achieved in one year what they thought would take three. Of course, the first 12 months of any high-profile start-up is always aided by its novelty value. It is the next 12 months that will provide a more accurate assessment of BMB's durability.


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