Lambie-Nairn

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Lambie-Nairn & Company Ltd
Type a WPP plc Company
Industry Branding agency
Founded 1976[1]
Headquarters London, England, UK
Area served United Kingdom And The World
Key people

Jim Prior

(Chief Executive)
Parent WPP
Website lambie-nairn.com

Lambie-Nairn is an international branding agency within the WPP Group, headquartered in London with offices in Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. Lambie-Nairn works with O2, BBC and Telefónica.

Company history[edit]

In 1976 Robinson Lambie-Nairn was established by Colin Robinson and Martin Lambie-Nairn, in January 1993 it was renamed Lambie-Nairn & Company.[2] In 1992, Glenn Tutssel and Martin Lambie-Nairn conceived Brand Union as a cross-platform entity that could allow areas of design beyond their branding and broadcast heritage to work together.[3] Brand Union was the ultimate holding company for Lambie-Nairn & Company and in October 1999 Brand Union was acquired by WPP.[4] Throughout this period the Company's trading name was Lambie-Nairn.

Martin Lambie-Nairn left the company in April 2008.[5]

Awards and industry involvement[edit]

The company is also involved with several industry bodies having judged the branding and design categories of the Roses Design Awards,[6] D&AD,[7] and Eurobest.[8] The company is also a member of D&AD’s educational council.[9]

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