Posts Tagged ‘Kantar Consulting’

Published 1st Mar 2019, 19:21

WPP reports “strong interest” in Kantar as group profit falls by 41.5%

WPP said today that there had been “strong interest” from parties interested in investing in its Kantar market research division as the group revealed a 41.5% fall in post-tax profit and a 2.6%... Read more
Published 1st May 2018, 08:57

WPP’s Japanese ventures unravel

Hard on the heels of WPP’s embarrassing loss of its investment in the Japanese based advertising agency Asatsu-DK, Dentsu has bought out WPP’s stakes in its Japanese joint ventures with Wunderman... Read more
Published 27th Feb 2018, 19:40

Now WPP consolidates Cohn & Wolfe with Burson-Marsteller

After recent moves to consolidate its design and research businesses, WPP today announced the consolidation of two major public relations consultancies – Cohn & Wolfe and Burson-Marsteller –... Read more
Published 25th Jan 2018, 13:48

Five WPP design businesses consolidated under new Superunion brand

Five long established WPP design consultancies have been consolidated and relaunched as a single new brand called Superunion.  The plan to bring the businesses together was first announced last... Read more
Published 15th Jan 2018, 23:32

Mash Strategy ratifies past board omissions

The acquisition of the London research consultancy Mash Strategy by the WPP subsidiary Kantar Consulting earlier this week seems to have unearthed several minor irregularities in the past affairs of... Read more
Published 12th Jan 2018, 10:07

Kantar buys a small London research business

Fast on the heels of an internal restructuring, WPP’s research and data management division Kantar has acquired the small brand strategy consultancy Mash Strategy. The company will join the... Read more
Published 8th Jan 2018, 22:05

WPP restructures four consultancy businesses under Kantar Consulting brand

Kantar, the WPP research and data management division, is merging some of its marketing consultancy brands under a new Kantar Consulting banner as part of a plan that appears likely to rationalise... Read more