Watch out Sir Martin, the consultants are coming to buy you… or are they?
Watch out Sir Martin, the consultants are coming to buy you… or are they?
A very interesting analyst report was published recently that could – if its predictions come to be – have profound repercussions for the marketing services industry.

Surprisingly, the report by French investment bank Natixis created very few ripples outside the marketing press – but what it says is dynamite.


Are You Considering An Exit? Breakfast Seminar: September 2017
Are You Considering An Exit? Breakfast Seminar: September 2017
Green Square, Arbuthnot Latham & Co, and haysmacintyre were delighted to present a seminar on maximising value through a sale process and post acquisition wealth management.

Offering invaluable advice on selling either now or in the future, the optimal tax planning process and post acquisition wealth management.

WPP's new branding agency: boss Jim Prior on what staff and clients can expect from merger
WPP's new branding agency: boss Jim Prior on what staff and clients can expect from merger
Tony Walford, Partner at Green Square, was delighted to comment in The Drum on Friday.

WPP’s shock move to consolidate five of its leading branding businesses into one new agency will give it greater global clout and satisfy clients’ growing desire for simpler relationships with their marketing partners, according to the man who’ll be leading it.

Green Square advises Circle Research on its sale to Next 15
Green Square advises Circle Research on its sale to Next 15
Green Square Associates is pleased to have advised the shareholders of Circle Research, one of the UK’s most highly respected B2B strategic insight consultancies, on its sale to Next Fifteen Communications Group plc.

Based in London, Circle specialises in research-led solutions for clients’ specific brand marketing issues and delivers measurable commercial success.

Circle's largely blue-chip client base includes Vodafone, Google, Mastercard and Facebook and the agency holds the prestigious MRS Best Agency Award.

Why the WPP hack could damage Big Data’s rise
Why the WPP hack could damage Big Data’s rise
Hacks are becoming increasingly big – and common news these days. Scarcely a month goes by without another major corporation being hacked, whether it’s for financial gain, political or terrorist motivations, or simply mischief. 

First of all there was the “WannaCry” attack of May, which affected Windows machines at the NHS, Deutsche Bahn, FedEx and Telefónica. And last month, of course, advertising giant WPP became the latest victim. On June 27, WPP employees reported systems crashing and ransom demands as the result of the “Petya” attack.

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