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Creston


Creston has acquired a 75% stake in DJM Digital Solutions, the Surrey-based digital healthcare agency with 26 staff, for an initial £1.2m.
28-Nov-2012


Creston has acquired The Corkery Group, the US health and medical public relations company with 25 staff, for £3.8m.
30-Nov-2011


Creston is to acquire Cooney Waters and Alembic Health Communications, the US healthcare communications agencies with 50 staff, for up to £19m.
30-Nov-2010


Creston is to sell its London-based DLKW advertising business to the Lowe subsidiary of The IPG Group of Companies for £28m.
28-Jun-2010


Creston has acquired PAN Advertising, the Surrey-based healthcare advertising company, for up to £19m.
05-Dec-2006


Creston is to acquire ICM Research for up to £37m and Tullo Marshall Warren and Colombus Communications for up to £38m, in order to expand its market research and direct marketing operations.
21-Apr-2006


Creston is to acquire Red Door Communications, the London-based public relations company with 32 staff, for up to £14m.
11-Jul-2005


Creston is to acquire DLKW, the London-based advertising agency with 157 staff, for up to £38m, partly funded by a £10m share placing.
10-Feb-2005


Creston is to acquire CML Research, the London-based market research company, for up to £7.8m.
06-Sep-2004


Creston is to acquire Nelson Bostock Communications, the London-based public relations company with 49 staff, for £11m.
22-Sep-2003


Creston is to acquire EMO Group, the marketing communications company with 57 staff in Swindon and Bristol, for up to £5.7m.
15-Nov-2002


Creston has acquired Real Adventure Marketing Communications, the Bath-based marketing services company, for £7.2m.
12-Nov-2001


Creston is to transform itself from a cash shell into a marketing services group by acquiring Marketing Sciences, the market research company, for £8.5m.
05-Jan-2001