Robert Senior Biography
Robert Senior was appointed UK CEO of the newly formed SSF Group. The SSF Group is a mini-group within the Publicis Groupe which aims to drive growth and creative excellence across Saatchi & Saatchi and Fallon. Robert is a dynamic speaker on business, creativity and leadership and ideal to deliver a keynote speech at any conference.
Setting up Fallon
Robert was formerly UK CEO and a founding partner at Fallon London which he set up in 1998 with four other partners. Famed for work on Skoda, BBC, Sony and Cadbury. Together they grew the business from a start-up to a 160 person strong multi award-winning agency named agency of the year by Campaign magazine in 2006.
Prior to founding Fallon London, Robert was client services director at TBWA Simons Palmer where he ran the Nike business. Before Simons Palmer, Robert was at DMB&B working predominantly on P&G accounts.
Robert has a degree from Durham University and is married with three young children.
Robert Senior is a fantastic corporate speaker on business and management, in particular focusing on areas such as creativity, advertising and branding.
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23rd May 2013
Sir James Dyson has donated Â£4million towards the building of a new cancer centre at a hospital in Bath.
11th April 2013
Business speaker and former CEO of Tesco, Sir Terry Leahy stepped down from his position at Tesco in 2011 at the age of 55, he has since started working with several charities, invested in small businesses and written a book.
27th March 2013
Keynote speaker and former President of Virgin Galactic, Will Whitehorn, has been appointed as chairman of the new Transport System Catapult.
6th March 2013
Entrepreneur and lifestyle guru Lynne Franks is set to return to a career in PR after 19 years out of the business.
20th February 2013
Farmer and after dinner speaker, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, plans to sell his well known, high end meat to Jamaican supermarkets and extend his clothing range.
21st December 2012
Management Today has voted Sir Martin Sorrell, who built advertising giant WPP from scratch, as Britainâ€™s Most Admired leader.
20th December 2012
ClickZ, the marketing experts, have released the 7 social media tactics your budget will need to succeed in 2013.
19th December 2012
Global drinks giant Diageo has been named Britainâ€™s Most Admired Company by Management Today for the second time.
18th December 2012
Jamie Anderson, JÃ¶rg Reckhenrich and Martin Kupp have written a case study for Antwerp Management School on the Lady Gaga business model.
24th August 2012
Robert Senior, head of Saatchi & Saatchi, the most famous advertising agency in the world, tells The Independent about his work with The Labour Party.
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