Boys and Girls merry-go-round

In taking up the role of managing director of ad agency Boys and Girls, Patrick Meade is hoping for a busy period at the top,

27th October, 2013
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When the Dublin ad agency Boys and Girls opened for business in 2009, nobody cared too much about its corporate structure. Boys and Girls had other talking points: the ship-jumping by six senior advertising professionals to start something from scratch, the timing of its launch - recession had a tight grip on the country and on the industry - and the promise by the agency that it would be working heavily with freelance specialists such...

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