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MediaMonks acquires influencer agency IMA

MediaMonks acquires influencer agency IMA

IMA clients include Beiersdorf, Heineken and Booking.com.

Martin Sorrell: agencies guilty of 'straitjacketing' brands

Martin Sorrell: agencies guilty of 'straitjacketing' brands

Former WPP boss also accused agencies of hurting their bottom line for sake of 'getting a headline in Campaign'.

Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital acquires Australian martech group BizTech

Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital acquires Australian martech group BizTech

BizTech will merge with MediaMonks, S4's first acquisition.

Why former WPP executive Scott Spirit is reuniting with Martin Sorrell

Why former WPP executive Scott Spirit is reuniting with Martin Sorrell

Spirit talks to Campaign about joining S4 Capital as chief growth officer based in Singapore.

Martin Sorrell: S4 Capital 'just listens' to need for speed

Martin Sorrell: S4 Capital 'just listens' to need for speed

Ex-WPP boss' fledging venture grew by more than a third in first quarter of 2019.

MediaMonks acquires Caramel Pictures

MediaMonks acquires Caramel Pictures

It is company's first buyout since being acquired by S4 Capital last year.

Martin Sorrell: I'm going back to the 1990s

Martin Sorrell: I'm going back to the 1990s

S4 Capital is reuniting digital creative and media services, former WPP chief tells Advertising Week Europe.

Martin Sorrell: Amazon's advertising business will be worth $100bn

Martin Sorrell: Amazon's advertising business will be worth $100bn

Advertisers are, like Brexiteers, looking to 'take back control' of their data, S4 Capital chief said.

Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital posts £20.1m pre-tax profit in first year

Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital posts £20.1m pre-tax profit in first year

Company claims pre-tax profit doubled versus 2017 on a pro-forma basis.

Sir Martin Sorrell forced to repay £170k to WPP

Sir Martin Sorrell forced to repay £170k to WPP

Costs are reported to be for personal expenses over several years.