by MarkLives. Graham Warsop, founder of The Jupiter Drawing Room & Partners, offers his personal take on the resignation of Sir Martin Sorrell as CEO of WPP.
by MarkLives. WPP has announced the resignation of Sir Martin Sorrell, with immediate effect. This follows the conclusion of an investigation into an allegation of misconduct against the CEO.
by Herman Manson. WPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell caused something of an outcry in Australia recently when he told a trade publication there that it will become “increasingly hard for independent agencies to survive or thrive.”
by Shukri Toefy. The resignation of Sir Martin Sorrell from WPP gives us pause to reflect on the potential for change in a South African context.
by Johanna McDowell. LONDON: Perfect Fools, Lucky Generals and Sunshine were three of the seven agencies we visited in London yesterday, Thursday, 16 April 2015 — day two of the AdForum Worldwide Summit London. Added to this lineup were Bartle Bogle Hegarty, Anomaly, MBA and Fold.
by Bob Hoffman. There is a small group of men who have ruined the advertising industry.
by Johanna McDowell. LONDON: Day 1 continued with one of the highlights: meeting with Sir Martin Sorrell.
by Martin MacGregor. Someone once asked Sir Martin Sorrell if he ever thought media would go back into creative agencies. His reply? “You can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube.”
by Shukri Toefy & Mikhaila Hunter. A recent announcement by Sir Martin Sorrell acts as an affirmation of a model of a creative, content and production network.
by César Vacchiano. Day 5 was about the New Miss America, the strange power of confidence, Sir Martin Sorrell and the final set of awards.