Published on August 5th, 2013 | by Marketing Team

Ebiquity in the press – WPP chief looks to exploit advertising rivals’ merger

With the advertising and media industries still reacting to the news of the £23bn deal that will crown Omnicom-Publicis the largest advertising agency in the world, Ebiquity CEO, Michael Greenlees comments on the lack of transparency in how advertising slots are sold on by the big agencies.

You can read the full online article in The Telegraph by clicking here.

The original article appeared in the Sunday Telegraph Business Section, 4th August 2013.

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