Covid could cause a shift in not only the UK but global creative landscape.
WPP and Publicis have ended Covid salary cuts.
Publicis chief talks to Campaign after better than expected Q3.
Agency group's revenue were ahead of adspend forecasts.
The October issue of Campaign is an antidote to the gloom.
Dominance of capital could be 'tested' because of remote working.
'Our brand was under-leveraged,' consulting giant says.
There are mixed feelings about the role of the office in adland.
Stock price underwent a temporary bounce.
Revenues still slumped by a quarter because of Covid-19.
At their best, offices are creative spaces where the sum is greater than the parts.
Broadcaster earns 'respect' for work by Uncommon.
Race hots up for US pharmacy giant's integrated account.
Temporary pay cuts of 20%, 15% or 10% began in April.
The ethos of the Saatchi brand continues to have relevance for today's ad industry.
As Brand Saatchi hits its 50-year milestone, Campaign talks to its most loyal advocates Bill Muirhead, David Kershaw and Jeremy Sinclair (pictured, below) about how Charles’ creative vision and Maurice’s consummate account handling drove Saatchi & Saatchi’s dominance in the early years, why the launch of breakaway agency M&C Saatchi was really led by the three of them, and the impact of last year’s accounting scandal
Two sides had informal conversations about a merger on multiple occasions.
WPP CEO Mark Read's inadvertent comments have triggered a necessary debate.
She was a 'match-maker' who spotted many rising talents.
Leading UK media headhunter takes broader role at Michael Kassan's firm.