CEO Jeremy Fielding continues to energize the base; the firm’s bread and butter bankruptcy and crisis practices keep swelling, with overall growth of more than 20 percent for 2016.
Good news/bad news year for Edelman, still the world’s largest independent agency.
Bottom line: Revenue’s up, the firm’s rep is Teflon and its global reach keeps growing. Nearly 25 years after its launch, Magrino’s going to show you how it’s done.
This year, Susan and Allyn Magrino’s glamorous firm has broadened links with Hilton, locking up Waldorf Astoria, Conrad and Canopy; lured Danny Meyer’s director of communications, Jee Park; and launched an insane anniversary campaign for Chicago client the Willis Tower.
Tavani’s now eyeing a London office to keep up; we predict M18’s own real estate will keep growing this year.
When the partners behind this new firm left their old agencies, clients fled with them.
12th pile, along with design driven clients like Club Monaco and Peuterey.
Other firms may handle more deals, but no one brings the brains like Kekst, whose finesse with fiendishly complex deals continues to reel in massive assignments.
This year alone saw Dupont’s “merger of equals” with Dow, Dell’s historic acquisition of EMC and YUM Brands’ exit from China.
One of Benjamin's best known works, at least in the transgender community, is The Transsexual Phenomenon, which was first published in 1966.
By the way, you can always find a link to The Transsexual Phenomenon on the right side of the T-Central home page, under the Articles section.