Saatchi London chiefs hold on to their jobs

Joint chief executives at Saatchi & Saatchi’s London office Adam Crozier and Tamara Ingram are to remain in their posts, despite the turmoil surrounding chairman Alan Bishop’s move to an international business development role.

Joint chief executives at Saatchi & Saatchi’s London office Adam Crozier and Tamara Ingram are to remain in their posts, despite the turmoil surrounding chairman Alan Bishop’s move to an international business development role.

Crozier and Ingram retain sole responsibility for the London agency and will not take global account roles for Toyota and Procter & Gamble respectively.

Letters, signed by the pair, were sent to clients last week explaining that they would keep their posts for a minimum of three years.

Last year Saatchi & Saatchi moved up from fifth to second place in the Marketing Week agency reputations survey.

However, this year it lost the key accounts Camelot and Vision Express. The agency also faces reviews on three further major accounts: Schweppes, Visa and P&G’s UK media account.

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