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Subject: RE: UKNM: RE: ...Ad Agencies
From: Robin Edwards
Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 14:39:12 +0100

All sensible by the sounds of things. I wonder if smaller ad agencies are
more likely to suffer due to not being able/willing to push for lump sums
or escrow arrangements? I can imagine the "nasty" question not being asked
if they feel they really want to win the account, as they may feel they are
being uncompetitive. As thorny an issue as that of paid/unpaid creative
pitches really.

I wonder if boo.com owe any agencies large sums of money? Anyone care to
comment on whether, if it does go to the receivers, it will suck a lot of
things in with it?


Robin Edwards
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On Monday, May 15, 2000 8:45 AM, bryan_jagoatcarat [dot] co [dot] uk
[SMTP:bryan_jagoatcarat [dot] co [dot] uk] wrote:
> Can't really speak for any other Agencies but, as a Global Company
> Carat cannot book any advertising for a client unless we have Credit
> (From Trade Indemnity) or Pre-Payment for the space.

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