Havas People

Havas People is headed by chief executive Rupert Grose, with head of events Lori Stahl leading on C&I.

Havas People chief executive Rupert Grose shares business plans
Havas People chief executive Rupert Grose shares business plans

Who? Havas People

What’s the lowdown? Havas People is based in London and its parent group Havas Worldwide has 316 offices around the globe.

Why shine the spotlight? The agency has recently rebranded from its former identity as Euro RSCG People. The business is made up of three formerly separate companies - events arm Euro RSCG Skybridge, advertising recruitment agency Euro RSCG Riley and market research-focused Euro RSCG Heist.

Client work? Havas People has a strong automotive pedigree, and works with brands including Land Rover, and on the launch of the Ford Evos.

What’s next? Havas People chief executive Rupert Grose plans to extend the agency’s live events capability to some of its other clients across the business and get more value from using its offices worldwide. Head of events Lori Stahl will work with digital and production specialists across the business to drive the value of live events.

Read more about Havas People here.

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