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Guinness hands global digital task to BBDO and Iris London

Guinness has consolidated its global digital business into BBDO and Iris London.

Guinness: formerly worked with Saatchis and Tribal Worldwide

Guinness: formerly worked with Saatchis and Tribal Worldwide

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The appointments follow a review of Guinness’ global roster agencies in May. This was prompted by the Diageo-owned brand ending its six-year relationship with Saatchi & Saatchi, with which it began working in 2008 ahead of its 250th anniversary.

The consolidation of the digital account also ends Guinness’ relationship with Tribal Worldwide.

BBDO, led by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, will oversee global digital business, while Iris London will lead integrated marketing through to the point of purchase, focusing on experiential, shopper marketing and trade advocacy programmes.

It will be the first time Iris London has worked with the brand. It currently handles Diageo’s Johnnie Walker business in Singapore.

The consolidation results in AMV BBDO expanding its existing digital relationship with Guinness in the UK to include content creation and digital activation for the brand globally.

The BBDO network currently has lead creative responsibility for Guinness in Western Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. It also handles global strategy.

This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk

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