Tuesday July 14, 2020

Dutch ad firm takes flight with Aer Lingus account

Diversity is the key to winning international accounts, according to the Dutch agency that has hoovered up the Aer Lingus ad business

7th June, 2015
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Engin Celikbas (left), managing director of KesselsKramer, and Richard Walker, its creative director Picture: Maura Hickey

Irish advertising agencies found themselves left out in the cold in January when the hotly contested Aer Lingus account was won by Dutch agency, KesselsKramer.

The airline’s account, estimated to be worth around €2.5 million annually, was most recently held by Irish International.

It was not the first time KesselsKramer had beaten native competition to secure a lucrative contract here.

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