09 Aug 2002
| by PAUL HAMMERSLEY, the chief executive at Lowe Lintas New York
From recent visits, I know that friends and colleagues look to the
US for news of an impending recovery in our business. It is questionable
whether we (either the US or the UK) have really been in a recession,
although the decline in ad spending itself was genuine and has been well
recorded. If the...
17 Aug 2001
| by PAUL HAMMERSLEY, the chief executive at Lowe Lintas New York. Stuart Elliott is on holiday.
Returning to the US after four years, I've been reminded of one of
the most marked differences between the UK and US markets: the existence
here of "diversity marketing".
Diversity marketing is the latest politically correct term for marketing
and advertising programmes specifically developed...
03 Sep 1999
| by PAUL HAMMERSLEY, managing director of L
The credentials presentation as we know it has become a thing of
the past; it has become the pitch in its own right.
14 Dec 2005
| by Lucy Barrett
Paul Hammersley, DDB London's chief executive, has left the Omnicom-owned agency for Sir Frank Lowe
24 Mar 2006
| by Kate Nicholson
The Guardian reviews after five years with DDB following the departures of Paul Hammersley and...executive, Paul Hammersley, and its
chief strategic officer, David Hackworthy, both of whom worked closely ...
27 Feb 2004
| by Emma Barns
DDB has hired the former Lowe chief executive Paul Hammersley with a brief to turn around its
02 Mar 2001
| by JEREMY WHITE
Paul Hammersley, the chief executive of Lowe Lintas, is leaving the London agency to become the...Paul Hammersley, the chief executive of Lowe Lintas, is leaving the London agency to become the ...
09 Mar 2001
| by JEREMY WHITE
The impending departure of Paul Hammersley for the US leaves his successor, Lowe Lintas London s...The impending departure of Paul Hammersley for the US leaves his successor, Lowe Lintas London s ...
13 Jan 2006
Paul Hammersley tells John Tylee his start-up is not just Sir Frank Lowe's business, and vows it...Paul Hammersley has been left holding a large baby. It's a bouncing
infant agency whose birth ...
12 Dec 2005
| by by Emma Barns
LONDON - Paul Hammersley, the chairman and chief executive of DDB London, has confirmed that he is