Articles Tagged ‘WPP’

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Creative fares better than media in Q2 for WPP

A 15.1% drop puts the holding co. somewhere in the middle when it comes to performance among the major networks.

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People Moves: Carat, Theo and more

Plus, Enthusiast Gaming makes an acquisition and staffs up accordingly.

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MediaCom’s global CEO to step down

Stephen Allan has been with the agency since his teens, long before it was a part of WPP and GroupM.

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Organic revenue down at WPP due to COVID-19

The holding company’s Q1 results also show how its pivoting for new client needs.

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GroupM brings Finecast to Canada

Already a success in the U.K. and Australia, Finecast allows precise audience targeting in connected TV environments.

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WPP returns to revenue declines in Q4

The North American region and specialist agencies were particularly weak, though CEO Mark Read is optimistic for the future.

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GroupM shuffles at the top, makes changes to [m]Platform

After one month on the job, CEO Christian Juhl has instated a refreshed C-suite team.

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WPP: Revenue down in North America, globally

The holding co noted that although organic revenue is down, the rate of decrease is slowing.

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GroupM bolsters the global C-suite

Kyoko Matsushita will replace the global CEO role at Essence left vacant by Christian Juhl.

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GroupM moves Christian Juhl to top global post

Kelly Clark will step down, with Christian Juhl of Essence taking over as CEO on Oct. 1.

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GroupM opens Midas Exchange outpost in Canada

Orion Worldwide’s Boris Cho has been tapped to lead the Canadian operations of WPP’s corporate trade arm.

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Kinetic launches Canadian outpost

Kevin McDonald and Riina Clydesdale are heading up the WPP out-of-home-focused shop.

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WPP revenue declines, IPG’s jumps in Q1

WPP continues to feel the effects of client losses, while IPG’s CEO emphasized its commitment to investing in its agency brands.