Landor is a global branding and design agency. It is the biggest of several such agencies within WPP, traditionally aligned with the Y&R Brands business group - now VMLY&R - but also with WPP's overall design umbrella B To D Group. Services include corporate branding and naming, packaging and retail design and general consultancy. The business was founded in 1941 by Walter Landor, who famously established the Klamath, a retired ferryboat in San Francisco Bay as its HQ during the 1960s. The business was acquired by Y&R after Landor's death in 1989. There are now 26 offices in 19 countries worldwide. Jane Geraghty succeeded Lois Jacobs as CEO at the end of 2017. Peter Knapp is chief creative officer. Stablemates within WPP include Superunion and Fitch. AdAge estimated total revenues of $148m in 2018, which was as much as WPP's other two branding agencies combined. Subscribers may access account assignments and contact information. The searchable account assignments database is available to full subscribers to Adbrands.net premium services. Click here to access Adbrands account assignments (subscribers only); or see here for information on how to subscribe.
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