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UK-based Aegis Media, "the world's fastest growing marketing communications group", bought Mitchell Communication Group in June last year for AU$363 million. And Carat and Mitchell have now officially been brought together in New Zealand, with around 70 staff from a variety of businesses now beavering away in a new Parnell office.
...as Robert Harvey gets set to take up Philip O'Neill's slack, DB's Rene de Monchy departs for Singaporean shores, MEC announces a new arrival and a couple of internal promotions and TVNZ's head of news and current affairs Anthony Flannery gets set to head back to Australia.
He switched from creative agency to media agency almost three years ago, and now Mitchell and Partners managing director Philip O'Neill is set to make another switch and will step down from the role in the next few months.
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There will undoubtedly be a few bottles of Montana (or is that Brancott Estate?) consumed in the TBWA\ towers in the coming months after it disrupted Pernod Ricard New Zealand into handing over its business. And, once again, TBWA\ will be working closely with Mitchell Communication Group on the account, which won the media business from ZenithOptimedia.