They wouldn’t have used the word brand because in those days only washing powders were brands but they would have known from their own besotted feelings for the car – and from lengthy conversations with its owners – that for a two-dimensional printed image to convey the heady appeal of this multi-dimensional car, something called artistry was an absolute necessity. There must have been a writer and an art director who, almost certainly elliptically, perhaps even poetically, conjured up the words and the pictures that conveyed the power, the beauty and the downright drama of what, prosaically, was just an extremely expensive motorcar.
The car in the advertisement that Len Heath saw and the car that, 30 years later, Len Heath bought would, physically, have been very different.
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His WPP group has amassed the largest media buying group in the world, Group M.
Together with the creative agency networks, JWT, Ogilvy and Mather, Young & Rubicam and Grey, WPP is one of the three major players in the global advertising market.It provides guiding questions to be considered by the reviewer.2 Stars and a Wish Guide The 2 Stars and a Wish Sentence Starters provide ideas to help students start completing a peer review.But the essence of Aston Martin, as captured in the advertisement, had remained alive; and perhaps even been enhanced.Advertising’s evangelists have long wanted advertising to be recognised not as a cost but as an investment. That Aston Martin advertisement was delivering a return 30 years after it had first appeared.Sorrell undertook this by refining the practice of the “earn-out.” In 1985, Sorrell privately invested in Wire and Plastic Products, a British wire shopping basket manufacturer, and joined it full-time as chief executive in 1986.He began to acquire “below-the-line” advertising-related companies, purchasing 18 in three years, including in 1987 when he stunned the agency world with a 6 million “hostile” takeover of J. Sorrell followed this in 1989 with another dramatic hostile 5 million buy of Ogilvy and Mather.Since 2000, WPP has also acquired two more integrated global agency networks, Young & Rubicam Brands and Grey.WPP is regarded as the driving force for the period of consolidation which has been going on within the communications industry for the last ten to fifteen years.Born in London, Sorrell was educated at the independent Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School then Christ’s College, Cambridge, and has an MBA from Harvard University.He joined Glendinning Associates, and James Gulliver and then worked for sports agent Mark Mc Cormack.