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Neil Munn

Neil Munn

Global Chief Executive Officer
Radhika Radhakrishnan

Radhika Radhakrishnan

Global Chief Financial Officer
Joakim Borgström

Joakim Borgström

Worldwide Chief Creative Officer
Sarah Watson

Sarah Watson

Global Chief Strategy Officer
Adam Arnold

Adam Arnold

Global Chief Marketing Officer
Neil Miller

Neil Miller

Global Chief Experience Officer
Niall Hadden

Niall Hadden

Global Chief Talent Officer
Tim Harvey

Tim Harvey

Chief Growth Officer
Isobel Barnes

Isobel Barnes

Global Communications Director

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核心能力: 广告/全方位服务/整合传播, 互联网及数字媒体全服务广告公司, 移动通讯营销, 社交媒体营销, 电子商务, 购物者营销/销售点营销/销售促销, 直销/电话营销/数据库营销/客户关系管理, Experiential, 品牌内容/娱乐, 事件营销/活动赞助, 品牌/产品开发, 包装/设计, 视觉/声音识别, Branding/Celebrity endorsement, 战略与策划, 保健, 金融, 在线服务, B to B, 零售, 娱乐, 美容、时装、奢侈品, 旅行和旅游, 消费者

成立年份: 1982

员工: 1000

奖项: 891

创意作品: 396

核心能力: 广告/全方位服务/整合传播, 互联网及数字媒体全服务广告公司, 移动通讯营销, 社交媒体营销, 电子商务, 购物者营销/销售点营销/销售促销, 直销/电话营销/数据库营销/客户关系管理, Experiential, 品牌内容/娱乐, 事件营销/活动赞助, 品牌/产品开发, 包装/设计, 视觉/声音识别, Branding/Celebrity endorsement, 战略与策划, 保健, 金融, 在线服务, B to B, 零售, 娱乐, 美容、时装、奢侈品, 旅行和旅游, 消费者

成立年份: 1982

员工: 1000

奖项: 891

创意作品: 396

BBH London

60 Kingly Street Soho
London W1B 5DS
英国
电子邮箱:
Neil Munn

Neil Munn

Global Chief Executive Officer
Radhika Radhakrishnan

Radhika Radhakrishnan

Global Chief Financial Officer
Joakim Borgström

Joakim Borgström

Worldwide Chief Creative Officer
Sarah Watson

Sarah Watson

Global Chief Strategy Officer
Adam Arnold

Adam Arnold

Global Chief Marketing Officer
Neil Miller

Neil Miller

Global Chief Experience Officer
Niall Hadden

Niall Hadden

Global Chief Talent Officer
Tim Harvey

Tim Harvey

Chief Growth Officer
Isobel Barnes

Isobel Barnes

Global Communications Director

Deloitte UK launches brand campaign

Deloitte has launched a major new brand campaign in the UK. ‘Deloitte Do’, developed by global advertising agency BBH, will tell the story of the firm’s impact across the wide breadth of services it provides to clients.

Mark FitzPatrick, managing partner for clients & markets at Deloitte UK, explained the rationale for the campaign: “Clients that know us have great loyalty, but those that don’t work with us are less aware of what we stand for – they don’t consider us for work as frequently because they don’t have a clear perception of what working with Deloitte would be like.

“Our campaign has a simple objective: to answer the question, Why Deloitte? We are doing this by amplifying the characteristics our clients say set us apart. They see Deloitte as the firm that delivers, makes an impact and takes action. Put simply, it’s what we do that makes the difference. This campaign will help us to create a distinctive and consistent market position.

” The campaign is based on a range of stories that show the firm’s range of services, such as working with blockchain technology, carrying out simulated cyber-­attacks to protect a bank from cybercrime, a pan European restructuring project, and automation of tax compliance. It will include ‘out of home’ advertising in Heathrow Airport, Canary Wharf and Edinburgh, along with digital and print advertising in national newspapers and magazines, including across Deloitte’s website and social media channels. The advertising focuses on the word ‘Do’, showcasing what Deloitte does to make a positive impact on its clients’ businesses.

Adam Arnold, Managing Director of BBH London, said: "Our brief from Deloitte was to help them stand out in the sea of corporate sameness. In 'Do', we’ve done this in the simplest, most visually striking way possible. It emphasises Deloitte’s focus on delivery and action, rather than just words. It speaks to the significant impact they make to their clients' businesses and to our society."

FitzPatrick added: “We are living in a period of uncertainty for many of our clients. But through that uncertainty, businesses must plan for the future: continuing to invest, recruit, acquire and grow. ‘Deloitte Do’ positions us as the people who can help businesses take decisive action.”