Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO

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Subsidiary of Omnicom Group
Industry Advertising, marketing
Headquarters London, England
Key people
Alex Grieve & Adrian Rossi (ECD), Cilla Snowball CBE (Group Chairman and CEO)[1] Ian Pearman (CEO)
Parent BBDO

Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO (AMV BBDO) is an advertising agency that works with over 85 brands, including BT, Diageo, Walkers and Mars. AMV campaigns may incorporate digital, social, experiential, print or broadcast media.

AMV is part of the BBDO network, the third largest agency network in the world and part of the Omnicom Group.

Company Overview[edit]

AMV's in-house capability includes: community management, data analysis, video content production, live event management and brand partnerships.

AMV has produced several award-winning campaigns, including Guinness ‘surfer’ and more recent work:

In August 2016 the agency lost the Sainsbury's account, that it had held for 35 years, to Wieden+Kennedy.[3]

Recent Work[edit]

Additionally, their work with Bodyform gained media attention as well as Mog's Christmas Calamity.[4]


Alex Grieve & Adrian Rossi are Executive Creative Directors and Dame Cilla Snowball [5] is group chairman and group CEO.


AMV was founded by David Abbott, Peter Mead and Adrian Vickers.[6]


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