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Feb 9, 2021

Agency Report Card 2020: Havas Media

Top management flux and slowing business growth made 2020 a challenging year, as Havas sought to reignite key market growth and build or buy its way into new geographies and business segments.


Havas Media endured a mixed year in 2020, where it saw the departure of senior executives all year long, beginning with the departure of Anita Nayyar (and hiring of Mohit Joshi) as the India and Sou

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