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The exit interview: Clemenger CEO Robert Morgan

Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 13 Sep 2021

Clemenger's long-standing boss says predictions of the industry's demise are overstated. (Image: Getty)
Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 13 Sep 2021
In the famously cutthroat media world, chief executives aren’t known for having a long shelf life. Robert Morgan, the CEO of advertising and communications giant Clemenger Group for the past 23 years, is an exception to that rule.Morgan has held the top job at Clemenger since taking over from its founder, Peter Clemenger, in 1998. Steering the company from the terrestrial TV and newspaper-dominated 1990s to the 21st-century social media era, Morgan has shown some serious staying power.All things must come to an end, however, and in J...

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