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Publicis Communications unites the Groupe's creative offering: Publicis Worldwide, Leo Burnett, Saatchi and Saatchi, BBH, Fallon, Marcel, Prodigious, a global production leader, and MSLGROUP, specialised in strategic communications.
Prodigious, says Publicis Communications CEO Raja Trad, is "a cross-media content production platform that brings together specialist production expertise across different production disciplines, enabling us to design, produce and deliver brand content across all channels using the best talent, tools and workflow processes."
Sachak CEO EFU Life Insurance speaking on the occasion said 'Bancatakaful' is the commencement of a new chapter in the Shariah compliant market and a mean of strategically penetrating through the industry that has witnessed prodigious growth in Pakistan itself.
Industry City--the 16-building, six million square-foot complex situated on the waterfront--will house one of Prodigious's Creative Campuses with integrated cross-media production capabilities, including recording and post-production facilities all under one roof.
recognizable brand, Prodigious, allows us to show the market that we have become that leader.
He composed 16 throughout his prodigious his prodigious career, many with lead roles for his muse and life partner, tenor Peter Pears (1910-1986).
Glittering garishly outside a shopping mall in Dubai sat this Mercedes SLR with a chrome paint job that must have added at least another hundred grand to its already prodigious price tag.
LADBROKES have been long known as shrewdies to look out for in the Pricewise tables, but surely they showed extraordinary perception in going just 3-1 about Prodigious in the Betfred Laurels heats on Thursday when 10-1 was freely available elsewhere.
His below par round of 71 at Hillside included two prodigious hits to reach Hillside's par five 17th in two to ease him clear of his fellow professionals on the day.
It is sobering to reflect on the fact that everything Comper sought to create in his designs, drawing upon his prodigious scholarship, is no longer thought to be of any importance by the contemporary Church of England: refinement, learning, and liturgical traditions have all been abandoned in favour of a wet, nauseating, and vulgar populism that is as repulsive as it is destructive.
Marvin Walker wants to make the most of his seven-foot, six-inch heigh and prodigious basketball skills to finance a college degree and even win a spot on the NBA.
By studying newly identified museum specimens, Muchhala found that the prodigious tongue attaches within a tube of tissue that originates in the bat's chest between the sternum and the heart and extends to the back of the mouth.