http://www.falydelaferiaalrocio.com/literary-analysis-essay-the-things-they-carried/ I noticed that Y&R finally shot the RKCR brand in the head the other day.
go to site To be honest I was relieved. I was sick of being described as ‘the Robert Campbell from Rainey Kelly.’
click I left twelve years ago!
http://fionadalwood.com/uc-personal-statement-essay/ Our business model worked. Every client that hired us for the first seven years paid us a cash lump sum up front for the idea we created for them.
The biggest sum we took was a cool one million quid for a major new brand campaign. Cash up front!
(I won’t tell you the name of the lovely client who valued our strategy and ideas so highly. But they were very happy with the results.)
So there we go. Rainey Kelly was a fab, innovative agency. Seriously rock and roll. And a golden goose for both itself and its clients.
No wonder Y&R paid £28 million for us in 1999!
Y&R were great guys to work with. And working on an international stage, for me, was fascinating and fun.
But they were like an over excited child who had got a shiny new toy to play with. Y&R were thrilled to own us, but they never really bothered to read our instruction manual.
With a little more belief, help and support, RKCR could have transformed the Y&R network globally.
So, after all these years, good bye Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe.
Hello, the future.