• AXA reviews its marketing and communications agencies

    July 31st 2017. Posted in Corporate

     

    • AXA UK* announces a review of its marketing and external communications agencies.

     

    AXA’s focus is to create/renew marketing agency rosters for all 3rd party agency activity across its business creating a robust strategy for agency management, sound governance and greater efficiency.

    The aim is to create agency rosters to support the requirements of the re-shaped business, following the sale of AXA Wealth, Bluefin and SunLife in 2016.

    The review will include agencies for digital operations (customer analytics and customer experience), creative and digital (BTL), content and social media, public relations and public affairs. Havas who manage AXA’s media buying and Publicis (Fallon), lead creative agency, are not included in the review.

    Supported by Oystercatchers, the process will run from July until the end of 2017.

    Darrell Sansom, Group marketing director, AXA commented:

    “We currently work with some of the best agencies in their fields however it is good practice to review our partnerships on a regular basis. It is an exciting time at AXA following the changes to the business last year. I look forward to ensuring we have the right agencies in place to help showcase our ambitions to become market leader in innovation and partner for our distributors and customers in the UK and Ireland.”

     

    * AXA Insurance (including Swiftcover), UK, AXA PPP healthcare, AXA Ireland and Architas.

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    The AXA Group is a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, with 165,000 employees serving 107 million clients in 64 countries. In 2016, IFRS revenues amounted to Euro 100.2 billion and IFRS underlying earnings to Euro 5.7 billion. AXA had Euro 1,429 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2016. In 2016 Interbrand ranked AXA the 1st insurance brand worldwide for the 8th consecutive year.

    In the UK AXA operates through a number of business units including: AXA Insurance, AXA PPP healthcare and AXA Ireland. AXA employees around 10,000 staff in the UK.

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    FOR MORE INFORMATION:

    Martin Friel                                    0777 501 4597

    Martin.friel@axa-uk.co.uk

     

    Jennifer Chilcott                          0789 642 6948

    Jennifer.chilcott@axa-uk.co.uk

     

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