Alex Salmond
Ed Miliband

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M&C Saatchi

Knowledge Identifier: &M&C_Saatchi


M&C Saatchi

International advertising agency network formed in January 1995 by the brothers Maurice Saatchi and Charles Saatchi after they were ousted from the advertising agency group Saatchi amp add

Category: Business (28)

Founded in 1970.

Countries: United Kingdom (40%), United States (20%), Bahrain (20%)

Main connections: Alex Salmond, Ed Miliband

Linked to: Conservative Party, Gallaher Group, Qantas




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In December 1994 the Board of Saatchi & Saatchi PLC succumbed to sustained pressure from shareholder representative David Herro of Harris Associates L.P. and moved to remove its Chairman, Maurice Saatchi add something


Operations in Riyadh, Dubai, Suva, Taipei, Bangkok and earlier attempts in Tokyo and Johannesburg had started and failed during the fifteen year period between 1995 and 2010 add something


By early 1996 the network consisted of offices in London, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, New York and Auckland add something


In 2005 Graham Fink was made Executive Creative Director of M&C Saatchi London add something


Limited acquired 49 per cent of their fashion business from M&C Saatchi in 2010 and M&C Saatchi Agency Pty Ltd bought back 20 per cent of theirs add something


As of 2012 the Group owns the UK based businesses Walker Media and Clear Ideas add something


In 2012 the network opened its 27th office in Stockholm, having previously opened offices in Abu Dhabi , Cape Town and Johannesburg , Milan , Beirut , Beijing , Tokyo , São Paulo , Geneva , Mumbai ,New Delhi , Paris , Bahrain , Madrid , Berlin , Kuala Lumpur , Shanghai , Wellington , Los Angeles , Melbourne add something


In 2015, the agency was behind the Tory election campaign posters, picturing Ed Miliband in Alex Salmond's pocket add something


In June 2018, M&C Saatchi partnered with gambling charity, GambleAware, to create a safer gambling campaign add something