Havas London

London, United Kingdom

Full Service

Basic Info

Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Public Relations, Design, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 1991

Network:

Holding: Havas (Puteaux, France)

Employees: 180

Awards: 201

Creative Work: 29

Clients: 20


Contact Information

The HKX Building, 3 Pancras Square,
London N1C 4AG
United Kingdom
Phone: (+44) (0) 20 3793 3800
Email:
Website:

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Chris Hirst

Chris Hirst

European and UK Chief Executive Officer
Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Public Relations, Design, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 1991

Network:

Holding: Havas (Puteaux, France)

Employees: 180

Awards: 201

Creative Work: 29

Clients: 20

Havas London

The HKX Building, 3 Pancras Square,
London N1C 4AG
United Kingdom
Phone: (+44) (0) 20 3793 3800
Email:
Website:
Chris Hirst

Chris Hirst

European and UK Chief Executive Officer

Havas Worldwide London awarded prestigious IPA CPD Gold accreditation

The IPA has awarded Havas Worldwide London with its Gold Accreditation for Continuous Professional Development (CPD) .
IPA recognition for its employee initiatives follows Havas Worldwide London’s recent award as the Media Employer of the Year by Pathfinders Recruitment.
The IPA judges recognised that Havas Worldwide had put in place a strong foundation for the development of its people. Judges praised the agency’s commitment to Creative Business tools alongside its Positive Psychology and Resilience training.
Other employee initiatives that contributed to the Gold Standard award included the Havas London graduate programme and the agency’s commitment to the IPA’s Creative Pioneers and ‘Enternships’ intern programmes.
The judges were also impressed by improvements to staff development and training that will be implemented in 2014. They added: “The entry gives the impression that this is an organisation prepared to acknowledge the challenges experienced by their employees and to attempt to give them practical tools with which to meet these challenges and to flourish.’
Russ Lidstone, the chief executive of Havas Worldwide London, said: “Whilst there is always room for improvement, it’s worth taking a moment to enjoy the fact that our industry peers think we are top class in how we approach the improvement of our collective performance as a human capital business.”