Posts Tagged ‘VML’

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 26th Nov 2018, 18:41

WPP continues consolidation with JWT-Wunderman merger

WPP is merging two of its major marketing brands – Wunderman and J Walter Thompson – into a single network to be called Wunderman Thompson. The merger is the latest in a stream of such actions... Read more
Published 26th Sep 2018, 16:47

VML takes lead role in Young & Rubicam merger

As rumoured earlier this week, WPP has merged its long established creative agency network Young & Rubicam with its digital agency VML, continuing its recent strategy of slimming down the number... Read more
Published 13th Oct 2017, 09:44

Bids and Deals: October 2017

J Walter Thompson Company, WPP’s wholly owned global advertising agency, has acquired a majority stake in the Brazilian digital agency E-Next Consultoria e Serviços de Internet with 120 employees... Read more
Published 2nd Sep 2014, 17:20

Bids and deals: September 2014

Publicis Groupe has acquired the Italian social media agency Ambito5 with 45 employees and will integrate it with Saatchi & Saatchi Italy…Publicis Groupe has acquired the Berlin-based... Read more
Published 7th Nov 2013, 07:52

Bids and Deals: November 2013

GreyPOSSIBLE, the WPP owned partnership between its Grey marketing network and its POSSIBLE digital agency, has acquired the business and assets of the Netherlands digital marketing agency MR... Read more
Published 6th Jun 2013, 17:42

Bids and Deals: June 2013

WPP’s global digital agency VML (part of the Young & Rubicam Group) has agreed to acquire a majority stake in the South African digital marketing agency NATIVE, subject to regulatory... Read more
Published 16th Feb 2011, 13:38

How Worldwide is Possible?

WPP has combined several of its digital agencies in the US and India to form an embryonic global network in the name of Possible Worldwide, leaving open the question of whether other digital... Read more