Katherine Levy
May 13, 2011

Bullish APAC results drives Aegis Q1 growth ahead of rivals

GLOBAL - Aegis Group, home to Carat, Vizeum, Isobar, iProspect and Posterscope, has outperformed most of its marcoms rivals to post a 9.1 per cent rise in organic revenue for the first quarter of 2011.

Jerry Buhlmann, chief executive officer of Aegis Group

In today's interim trading update, Aegis, which also owns research division Synovate, said it had ended the period with significant undrawn available credit.

Aegis Media delivered an organic revenue growth of 10.1 per cent during the first quarter, while Synovate reported a 7.3 per cent boost.

The report stated that Q1 revenue growth was driven by continued strong performances from our businesses in faster-growing regions, North America and a number of...

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