Propaganda opens London office to support new clients

Propaganda, the Leeds-based advertising agency, is opening a London office to bolster its presence in the South. Over the past year the agency has won a number of new clients, many which are London-based.

The office opens in Wardour Street, Soho, next month, and as part of its expansion, the agency has made a number of new appointments to its client services, planning, creative and interactive divisions.

The agency appointed Darren Navier from M&C Saatchi, as head of interactive earlier in March. Mike Phillipson, managing director, says: “Several strategic decisions have been made over the past six months, which have allowed us to focus for future growth.”

Clients now include food retailer Greggs, St Tropez, the Associated Northcliffe Digital sites ThisisMoney and SimplySwitch, Sage, and Seabrook Crisps.

The expansion comes months after Propaganda expanded its PR offering to Singapore with the opening of a specialist corporate PR and communications consultancy, Blue Communications, which will focus on the marine and energy industries.

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