The agency was presented with the highest mark in the School Reports last month and continues to add to its impressive tally of awards. How does Manning Gottlieb OMD do it?
Dino Myers-Lamptey has been hired to lead an advisory board that will provide 'external stimulus' to the agency's leadership team.
Arian Kalantari is taking a break from a business he helped grow for more than a decade.
EssenceMediacom’s Luke Bozeat has taken on Group M role and will be succeeded by Satin Reid.
The move, which affects eight teams, follows a consultation between the clubs, the Premier League and the government.
What are clients looking for from agency partners during an economic downturn and has the Pitch Positive Pledge made a difference?
Six brands have trialled the effectiveness of targeting on All 4 by matching viewers with Nectar loyalty card data.
Lucy Barbor is the second high-profile strategy lead of a media agency to step down in the past month.
Communications experts are surprised, but not alarmed, by a Labour attack ad that implies Rishi Sunak is soft on child sexual harassment cases.
Matt Adams, who was most recently COO at Brainlabs, is Assembly's new Europe and UK leader.
More than a dozen FMCG advertisers are testing ITV’s Matchmaker solution ahead of a July launch.
MSix&Partners and Kepler to take over from long-serving agency partner OMD.
Elliott Millard has been promoted into a newly created role following Verra Budimlija’s exit.
The UK’s data watchdog said TikTok failed to protect the privacy of 1.4 million children.
The brief has a focus on brand media and growth.
The secondhand fashion marketplace is sponsoring Hollyoaks and a short-form digital series.
It is the second claim filed on behalf of UK publishers in six months.
With an approach informed by the near-death of his brother, the new IPA president – and recently appointed CEO of Group M – is taking a people-first approach to the industry body’s agenda under his tenure.
More than 30 brands have signed up to the experiment, including Lloyds Banking Group, Boots, John Lewis and Toyota.
Analysts and agency bosses explain why holding groups have had a better year than pure-play tech companies.