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symbol IPG
会社名 Interpublic Group of Companies Inc. (IPG インタ―パブリック・グル―プ・オブ・カンパニ―ズ)
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業種 広告_マ―ケティング   サ―ビス(Services)
概要 事業概要 インターパブリック・グループ・オブ・カンパニーズ(The Interpublic Group of Companies Inc.)は広告・マーケティングサービス会社である。同社は消費者広告、デジタルマーケティング、通信企画とメディア購買、広報及び専門通信分野に集中する。同社は統合型代理店ネットワーク(IAN)および顧客層管理グループ(CMG)という2つの事業部門を有する。同社の代理店はグローバルマーケティング担当者から地域および地元の顧客までの顧客向けにカスタマイズされたマーケティングプログラムを提供する。IAN事業はMcCann、Draftfcb、Lowe、Mediabrands及び国内の統合型代理店で構成される。CMG事業は複数の専門マーケティング業務で構成される。同社hMcCann Worldgroup、Foote、Cone&Belding、MullenLowe Groupの3つのグローバルネットワークを持ち、顧客に統合広告とマーケティングソリューションを提供する。同社のグローバルメディアサービス企業には、IPG Mediabrandsの支配下にあるUMおよびInitiativeが含まれる。  インタ―パブリック・グル―プは、広告とマ―ケティングサ―ビスを提供する企業。事業2部門はインテグレ―テッド・エ―ジェンシ―ネットワ―クスとコンスティチュエンシ―・マネジメント・グル―プ。代理店を通して広告宣伝、マ―ケティングサ―ビスの他、会議・イベント計画、スポ―ツ・エンタ―テイメントマ―ケティング、コンサルティングを提供する。  Interpublic Group of Cos., Inc. engages in the provision of advertising and marketing services. The company specializes in consumer advertising, digital marketing, communications planning and media buying, public relations, and specialized communications disciplines. It operates through the following segments: Integrated Agency Network (IAN), Constituency Management Group (CMG), and Corporate and Other. The IAN segment includes advertising and media services, as well as a comprehensive array of global communications and marketing services. The CMG segment offers events and public relations services as well as sports and entertainment marketing, corporate and brand identity, and strategic marketing consulting. The Corporate and Other segment refers to the Acxiom activities. The company was founded on September 18, 1930 and is headquartered in New York, NY.
本社所在地 909 Third Avenue New York NY 10022 USA
代表者氏名 Michael Isor Roth
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer
電話番号 +1 212-704-1200
設立年月日 11202
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 54000人
url www.interpublic.com
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 1211.70000
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 8087.01200
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 9714.40000
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 11147.61200
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 618.90000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Interpublic Group of Companies Inc revenues increased 7% to $9.71B. Net income increased 12% to $618.9M. Revenues reflect IAN segment increase of 5% to $7.37B Corporate segment increase from $0K to $181.7M CMG segment increase of 6% to $2.16B United States segment increase of 8% to $5.85B United Kingdom segment increase of 14% to $881.4M Asia/Pacific segment increase of 6% to $1.17B.

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   Interpublic Group vermeldet Umsatzrückgang  2020/07/30 09:42:00 W&V
Erwartungsgemäß meldet die US-Werbeholding für das zweite Quartal einen deutlichen Rückgang der Umsätze im Vergleich zu Vorjahr. Und auch der Blick auf die nähere Zukunft verspricht wenig Positives.
   'It's brand safety, not political activism': High-ranking executives from IPG and other ad agencies are calling on marketers to take a collective stand against Facebook  2020/06/12 18:23:18 Business Insider
The head of paid social at prominent ad-buying agency IPG Mediabrands called on marketers to reconsider advertising on Facebook , as the social media giant's handling of President Trump's posts in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd is questioned. Elijah Harris, SVP of paid social at Interpublic Group's IPG Mediabrands, said that consumers have come to expect transparency from the brands they support, align with brands that share their values, and expect those brands to speak out on important social issues of the time. This is also not the first time that a platform has come under marketers' scanners. But such calls have rarely ever translated into wider collective action against Facebook, or made a dent on its business. Click here for more BI Prime stories . The head of paid social at a prominent ad-buying agency called on his marketer clients to reconsider advertising on Facebook , as the country faces a reckoning on issues of race police brutality and the social media giant's handling of President Trump's posts in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd is being questioned.
   Global firms are cutting down on their real-estate footprint as CEOs across industries are considering a permanent switch to remote work  2020/05/18 13:59:32 Business Insider
Last month, Business Insider spoke to roughly two hundred CEOs about the impact coronavirus will have on their business and the world, and many of them agreed that remote work is here to stay. A number of CEOs said that remote work will become more common after the pandemic, but they're still evaluating what plans are best for their business. Three CEOs told Business Insider that they have concrete plans to downsize their real estate footprint. "Most of our people spend most of their time with our clients, so it doesn't make sense to spend $30-40 million on real estate," Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of advertising company S4 Capital, told Business Insider. To read more stories from our conversations with CEOs on how coronavirus will transform business, click here . Employees definitely want more remote work. Global real estate company Colliers' most recent Global Workplace Survey, with more than 3,000 responses from more than 25 countries, showed that four in five employees would like to work remotely at least once week after coronavirus.
   Meet the 18 firms solving companies' giant problems selling and advertising on Amazon  2020/05/14 13:38:34 Business Insider
Amazon has the third-largest advertising business after Google and Facebook. As Amazon's ad business grows, a number of third-party tech companies and agencies have emerged to help marketers navigate the e-commerce giant. Business Insider identified 18 of the most important ones that help marketers run ads and help sellers manage their e-commerce strategies and logistics. Click here for more BI Prime stories . A new crop of companies wants to cash in on Amazon. The e-commerce giant's advertising business is expected to make $17 billion this year, according to financial services firm Cowen. Its advertising business is more nascent than Facebook or Google, but it's fared better than its rivals during the coronavirus as more people shop online and performance-heavy advertisers increase spending on the platform. Amazon's growing advertising business has spawned a cottage industry of tech firms and agencies that specialize in Amazon. They help advertisers and sellers solve challenges including deciding what products to sell online, how to get products noticed, and running advertising campaigns that drive sales.
   Interpublic Group (IPG) Q1 Earnings and Revenues Beat Estimates  2020/04/22 12:35:03 Zacks Investment Research
Interpublic (IPG) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 22.22% and 1.62%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Interpublic Group vermeldet Umsatzrückgang  2020/07/30 09:42:00 W&V
Erwartungsgemäß meldet die US-Werbeholding für das zweite Quartal einen deutlichen Rückgang der Umsätze im Vergleich zu Vorjahr. Und auch der Blick auf die nähere Zukunft verspricht wenig Positives.
   'It's brand safety, not political activism': High-ranking executives from IPG and other ad agencies are calling on marketers to take a collective stand against Facebook  2020/06/12 18:23:18 Business Insider
The head of paid social at prominent ad-buying agency IPG Mediabrands called on marketers to reconsider advertising on Facebook , as the social media giant's handling of President Trump's posts in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd is questioned. Elijah Harris, SVP of paid social at Interpublic Group's IPG Mediabrands, said that consumers have come to expect transparency from the brands they support, align with brands that share their values, and expect those brands to speak out on important social issues of the time. This is also not the first time that a platform has come under marketers' scanners. But such calls have rarely ever translated into wider collective action against Facebook, or made a dent on its business. Click here for more BI Prime stories . The head of paid social at a prominent ad-buying agency called on his marketer clients to reconsider advertising on Facebook , as the country faces a reckoning on issues of race police brutality and the social media giant's handling of President Trump's posts in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd is being questioned.
   Global firms are cutting down on their real-estate footprint as CEOs across industries are considering a permanent switch to remote work  2020/05/18 13:59:32 Business Insider
Last month, Business Insider spoke to roughly two hundred CEOs about the impact coronavirus will have on their business and the world, and many of them agreed that remote work is here to stay. A number of CEOs said that remote work will become more common after the pandemic, but they're still evaluating what plans are best for their business. Three CEOs told Business Insider that they have concrete plans to downsize their real estate footprint. "Most of our people spend most of their time with our clients, so it doesn't make sense to spend $30-40 million on real estate," Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of advertising company S4 Capital, told Business Insider. To read more stories from our conversations with CEOs on how coronavirus will transform business, click here . Employees definitely want more remote work. Global real estate company Colliers' most recent Global Workplace Survey, with more than 3,000 responses from more than 25 countries, showed that four in five employees would like to work remotely at least once week after coronavirus.
   Meet the 18 firms solving companies' giant problems selling and advertising on Amazon  2020/05/14 13:38:34 Business Insider
Amazon has the third-largest advertising business after Google and Facebook. As Amazon's ad business grows, a number of third-party tech companies and agencies have emerged to help marketers navigate the e-commerce giant. Business Insider identified 18 of the most important ones that help marketers run ads and help sellers manage their e-commerce strategies and logistics. Click here for more BI Prime stories . A new crop of companies wants to cash in on Amazon. The e-commerce giant's advertising business is expected to make $17 billion this year, according to financial services firm Cowen. Its advertising business is more nascent than Facebook or Google, but it's fared better than its rivals during the coronavirus as more people shop online and performance-heavy advertisers increase spending on the platform. Amazon's growing advertising business has spawned a cottage industry of tech firms and agencies that specialize in Amazon. They help advertisers and sellers solve challenges including deciding what products to sell online, how to get products noticed, and running advertising campaigns that drive sales.
   Interpublic Group (IPG) Q1 Earnings and Revenues Beat Estimates  2020/04/22 12:35:03 Zacks Investment Research
Interpublic (IPG) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 22.22% and 1.62%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

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「広告」は、消費者に関心を持たせ、購入させるために、有料の媒体を用いて商品の宣伝をすること。また、そのための文書類や画像、映像、構造物など。ダイレクトメール、チラシ、折り込みなどの広告もある。 従来はテレビ、ラジオ、新聞、雑誌が広告の4大マス(大衆)媒体とされてきたが、近年ではインターネット広告が急成長をみせている。全世界に発信できるうえ、動画や音声を送ることが可能で、双方向で利用者の意見や嗜好を把握できるという利点がある。また、スマートフォンの普及加速もこれに拍車をかけており、インターネット広告市場は今後も飛躍的な成長をみせそうだ。

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