Print Published in 2004

Leagas lessons to be learned

On 18 December 2003, the assets of Leagas Delaney London were sold to a new company run by Tim Delaney and Margaret Johnson. The predecessor company was put into administration, costing its creditors some £3.4 million. Why? From its inception The Leagas Delaney Partnership was obsessive about its creative reputation, reflecting Tim Delaney’s own personality. But the agency’s financial performance has been less impressive.

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