Saturday June 6, 2020

Boys and Girls growing up fast

Ayear after launching, a philosophy of daring simplicity has been paying off for the unusually well-connected team at the Boys and Girls ad agency, writes Catherine O’Mahony

27th November, 2010

A year ago, a new ad agency called Boys and Girls opened for business on Dublin’s Pembroke Road. It promised to offer a fresh approach, as well as the benefit of 92 collective years of brand experience divided among six directors.

With their crucial first birthday milestone now behind them, the four founding ‘boys’ - Pat Stephenson, Chris Upton, Patrick Meade and Rory Hamilton - and two ‘girls’ (Fiona Scott and Margaret Gilsenan) say...

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