|Bid||39.89 x 1300|
|Ask||39.94 x 1100|
|Day's Range||39.78 - 40.10|
|52 Week Range||27.18 - 70.80|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||4.05|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jun 11, 2020|
|1y Target Est||31.20|
Renata Florio Chief Creative Director - Ogilvy HealthNEW YORK, July 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ogilvy Health today announced industry-renowned creative lead Renata Florio has joined the agency as chief creative officer (CCO), where she will have creative oversight of all of the agency’s US-based offices. Renata joins Ogilvy Health from Ogilvy’s New York office where she served as a global executive creative director overseeing creative for its health and wellness offerings for the past three years. Ms. Florio brings a wealth of experience both within and outside of the healthcare marketing arena, having created and executed campaigns for some of the world’s largest consumer and healthcare brands. With her extensive international marketing experience acquired over the course of her 25-year career, Ms. Florio has been responsible for brand campaigns in more than 80 countries, covering all media channels. Ms. Florio will report to Andrew Schirmer and work closely with Kate Cronin in their roles as co-presidents of Ogilvy Health.“We are really fortunate to have found the perfect candidate for this role within the Ogilvy family; Renata will bring her rich consumer and global experience to the health practice, as well as the deep relationships she has built throughout the agency network,” Mr. Schirmer commented. “Her reputation as a tireless, passionate and motivating creative leader will serve us well as we continue to drive a collaborative and unified offering across the whole of Ogilvy Health,” he added.Ms. Florio responded, “I'm thrilled with the appointment and so proud to be working with Andrew and an outstanding team of health experts. Health is in the center of all we do—especially now—and there's no better place to be than at Ogilvy Health. I’m ready to work hard and smart to help grow the business and further elevate the creative work.” Ms. Florio is a highly decorated creative force with more than 50 recognitions from some of the most prestigious creative competitions in the industry, including Cannes Lions, the Effie Awards, CLIO Awards, One Show Awards, London International Awards, and the New York Festivals Advertising Awards. She is highly regarded in the creative ecosphere; Ms. Florio has been nominated for Creativepool’s Influencer of the Year and was acknowledged as one of the Extraordinary Women in the Makers@Ogilvy competition. Additionally, she has served as a jury member on juries for Cannes Lions, One Show and the New York Festivals competitions.About Ogilvy Health Ogilvy Health (www.ogilvyhealth.com) is focused on driving superior outcomes in the ever-changing healthcare environment, providing bespoke solutions for “whole brand building” in an increasingly complex and evolving marketplace. We believe in the power of making brands matter by keeping our audiences’ health and wellness needs at the center of every touchpoint. Our legacy of creativity, our global network, and our deep expertise allow us to apply diverse thinking to create solutions for client challenges. Ogilvy Health delivers insight, creativity, innovation, and engagement solutions for all healthcare stakeholders, patients, and consumers across the healthcare continuum—through Consulting, Medical Education, HCP Promotion, Patient/Consumer Engagement, and Market Access—while also drawing on the full range of Ogilvy’s talent and capabilities to integrate PR and Influence, Customer Engagement and Commerce, and Digital Transformation. Ogilvy is a WPP company (NYSE: WPP) (www.wpp.com).Contact: Beth Paulino or Kerianne Slattery Ogilvy Health 973.352.1000 telA photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/65418134-a983-461e-a7fc-f049a361287e
Publicis, the world's third-biggest advertising company, beat market expectations in the second quarter with a less severe activity dive than most analysts feared amid the global advertising freefall caused by the COVID crisis. Publicis's quarterly underlying sales fell by 13% to 2.29 billion euros ($2.65 billion), above the average of 18 analyst estimates compiled by the company, which predicted a fall of 20% over the period. Looking ahead, Publicis said the uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic prevented it from providing any full-year guidance, although it predicts operating margins will be higher in the second half of the year than in the first half.
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