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Chief Executive Officer
Head of Back Office
Health Managing Director
Chief Growth Officer
Managing Partner Arena Media
Managing Partner Havas +
Managing Partner Havas Media
Managing Partner and
Head of Investment and Value Team
Managing Partner Digital PODS and MOTECH
Head of Digital and Integration
Havas Market Director
We are part of Vivendi, which means we have unparalleled access to entertainment and culture. These are incredibly powerful launch pads from which brands can make a significant cultural impact.
Being part of Vivendi sets us apart from all the other networks. This means we think about culture, not just comms. We believe that brands rightly have a role to play in culture, how they show up in people’s lives and the wider world, how they entertain, inform, and how they make a positive impact on the wider world. This is cultural impact. This is how brands make a meaningful difference to people’s lives.
The world's leading music company, including more than 50 labels covering all genres of recorded music, music publishing and merchandising.
A global force in pay-TV as well as the production, sales and distribution of movies and TV series.
The second-largest French-language publishing group, encompassing fiction, children’s books, non-fiction, graphic and illustrated books, and educational and reference books.
One of the biggest video content aggregation and distribution platforms in the world, with 250 million users each month.
For the last fifteen years, Havas has been dedicated to understanding and building Meaningful Brands™. Our new Meaningful Brands™ report is a landmark study of brand value which interrogates new behaviours, shifting cultural dynamics, and priorities for people, businesses and brands in a complex world. The latest study – surveying 91,000 people across 10 global markets, along with 1,300 brands across 42 categories, reveals:
of people surveyed are tired of brands pretending they want to help society when they just want to make money
think that the world is going in the wrong direction, at a global level
believe that brands should be doing more to improve and support their personal health and well-being
The role of our Meaningful Brands™ study is to explore these shifts. At their best, meaningful brands win people’s loyalty; they occupy a bigger space in culture; they have a deeper resonance in people’s lives; and they set themselves up for the long-term win. They combine purpose with customer centricity to not just grow, but “Grow Well” - giving back to the people and the planet. In many ways the expectations of brands have never been higher. And we think that’s a good thing.