Jones also confirmed that the name change would be “business as usual” for the company’s customers, including Adidas, Banco Itaú, Danone, Facebook, Intuit, LVMH, Microsoft, Renault-Nissan, PayPal and Unilever.
This change follows rumors of a possible initial public offering of a New York-based private company. Last September, Sky News reported that you and Mr. Jones were in talks with banks about floating the stock market in New York. Jones dismissed it as “speculation” but added: “We have a lot of options. We can decide to raise capital, we could end up doing a deal and a stock offering is obviously an option, but it’s not something imminent.”
The company has experienced strong growth over the past two years. According to Jones, organic revenue for You & Mr.
It has also made some key talent acquisitions, including former Mindshare head Nick Emery to lead the new media division, and Virginie Douin, global head of agency partnerships at Amazon, to launch a new e-commerce services unit. Dawn Dickey, former Mindshare chief financial officer, followed Emery to the company as CFO in a move announced last week.
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