Williams commercial push appointing 1920 Worldwide
Posted by: Williams F1 (IP Logged)
Date: 01 May, 2020 14:57

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Re: Williams commercial push appointing 1920 Worldwide
Posted by: Stu69 (IP Logged)
Date: 01 May, 2020 19:35

Well that’s probably a good decision to help them lever the brand! I hope 1920 are very successful. Their website is terrible though. All fluff and no meat and 2 veg!! I do think Williams are under sold though, so this might help. Hopefully they are on no win no fee!!

Re: Williams commercial push appointing 1920 Worldwide
Posted by: IanSmithISA (IP Logged)
Date: 02 May, 2020 06:40

Good morning,

I suspect that this is not really an announcement that is supposed to be very significant as who are 1920 Worldwide?

Please tell me I have found the wrong business, the lack of contact details on their web site makes it a bit hard. :-)

It appears to be a one man band if you look at the People and Filings tab.

[beta.companieshouse.gov.uk]

I used to have a small software business and we had Ernst & Young, JCB and CSC on our client list, it was true.

Their web site does have Rexona/Unilever as a client with a picture of a Williams, so maybe it is someone who knows a lot of people.

The guy Simon White does seem to have an history in the marketing industry and Linked In say 5 employees who could easily be people working together independently.

Bye

Ian



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Re: Williams commercial push appointing 1920 Worldwide
Posted by: Stu69 (IP Logged)
Date: 02 May, 2020 08:34

It truly is an underwhelming website. My 15 year old could do better in his bedroom in 2 hours!

Williams and Rexona weren’t on their yesterday! Ha ha. They are the new standout high profile client! LOL!! As someone says, “every little helps!!”

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