IStrat India and Ineo Singapore join Nurun as Publicis launches its new global digital offer

David Gompel_Publicis.jpgPublicis Worldwide has today announced the launch of Nurun as its global digital offering within the network. The new digital network will comprise existing Nurun offices including San Francisco, Shanghai, Montreal and Madrid and leading agencies part of Publicis Worldwide including IStrat in India, Ineo in Singapore, Pixelpark in Germany, AG2 in Brazil, Machine in South Africa, Lead2Action in Mexico, Poke in London and Modem in France, Turkey, the US and Canada.
 
Nurun will consist of 4000 digital and technical experts in 14 countries across 30 offices, strengthening the network's ability to provide digital solutions at a global scale. It gives access to a unified global offering and unique set of skills to enable brands to build and maintain digital products and services.
 
Nurun will partner with strong clients including Accor, Apple, AXA, Bradesco, Carrefour, Cartier, Citi, Coca Cola, EE, GM, Haier, Heineken, Kingfisher, L'Oréal, LVMH, Mulberry, Nestle, Orange, P&G, Pernod Ricard, Renault, Sanofi, Siemens and Tesla Motors. 
Nurun will remain an independent brand within Publicis Worldwide maintaining its specialist offerings, internal practices and tools, all of which can be discovered at nurun.com.
 
David Gompel (pictured), former managing director of Modem at Publicis Worldwide, will serve as Chief Strategic Officer at the global level and Steve Tremblay, Nurun's current Global Chief Technology Officer will continue in the same role. David and Steve will both report to Arthur Sadoun, CEO of Publicis Worldwide.
 
Arthur Sadoun commented: "Our purpose at Publicis Worldwide has been to lead the change, for ourselves and for our clients. With the new Nurun we are better equipped to fulfill this ambition. Nurun will have the best of both worlds: great digital capabilities and direct access to strategic and creative leadership throughout the Publicis Worldwide network."

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52k said:

I guess Publicis' Modem was getting a little slow...

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