2006, CEO Florian Haller began to implement his vision of the Serviceplan Group as the first globally active agency group with German roots. In addition to the German sites in Munich, Hamburg, Bremen, Berlin and Cologne, company locations have been established in a further 17 countries around the world. The goal is to develop all branches into Houses of Communication, which bring together all communication disciplines under one roof. In order to guarantee outstanding performance in the execution of our campaigns, we are represented with our own agencies in all significant economic areas in Europe, Middle East, Asia and USA.
Wien Nord Serviceplan
Gumpendorfer Straße 87, Hof 3
37/38 Quai Arloing
41/43 rue de Villiers
House of Communication Berlin
Serviceplan Sales GmbH
Hinterm Sielhof 24
House of Communication Cologne
GermanyFrankfurt on the Main
Frankfurt on the Main, 60329
House of Communication Hamburg
House of Communication Munich
Via Solferino, 40
21 Rue Glesener
Amsterdam, 1013 BB
Change Serviceplan Poland
Al. Jerozolimskie 134
Eurocentrum Office Complex
72 Velyka Vasylkivska Str.
5 Upper St Martins Lane
London, WC2H 9EA
Serviceplan Middle East
Dubai Design District, Building 1-B, Unit B403-B406
Thanks to its close cooperation with other partner agencies, the Serviceplan Group is also represented in some of the world’s most important economic hubs. Its close relationship with agency group Unlimited means that the Serviceplan Group is represented in the United Kingdom. A partnership with the agency Ariadna expands Serviceplan to South America. Serviceplan also has a strategic partnership with Hakuhodo, a respected trans-national agency group in Asia and the number two in Japan.
Founded in 1895, Hakuhodo is an integrated advertising and communication agency headquartered in Japan. The core agency of the Hakuhodo DY Group, Hakuhodo is the world’s sixth largest advertising agency according to Advertising Age’s “Agency Report 2018”.
The Hakuhodo Group has offices in 20 countries and regions, and over 10,000 specialists working in Japan and abroad. Hakuhodo is strengthening its structure in emerging countries, particularly those in Asia, as it prepares to further expand its business across the region.
The Sei-katsu-sha insight forms the basis of Hakuhodo’s thinking, planning and brand building. It reminds us that consumers are more than shoppers performing an economic function. They have heartbeats. They are individuals with distinct lifestyles. Hakuhodo introduced this term in the 1980s to emphasize its commitment to a comprehensive, 360-degree perspective on consumers’ lives.
Renowned for its creativity, Hakuhodo has twice won the Grand Prix at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, and was the only agency headquartered in Asia to be awarded a Special Lion commemorating Cannes Lions’ 50th anniversary in 2003.
The Unlimited Group is an award-winning digital agency group. With its expertise in art and science, Unlimited unleashes the power of data, insight and digital creativity to deliver maximum impact, providing clients with Unlimited Possibilities to succeed.
Unlimited offers seven core disciplines, each being led by a core agency: Health (Health Unlimited), Customer Engagement (TMW Unlimited), Brand and Social (Fever Unlimited), Digital Transformation (Splendid Unlimited), B2B & Technology (Nelson Bostock Unlimited), CRM & Acquisition (Prophecy Unlimited) and Insight & Analytics (Walnut Unlimited). Clients can access these disciplines collectively or individually through agencies directly. Unlimited and Serviceplan first signed a partnership agreement in 2014.
Unlimited has 850 employees based in London, Bristol, Winchester and New York.
Founded in 1999 by Juan David Pinzón, Ariadna Communications Group is the largest independent integral communication network in the Americas today.
With 17 offices in 14 countries of the region, Ariadna delivers services to 23 countries of the Americas with a team of over 700 interdisciplinary specialists of more than 18 nationalities. Continuously expanding its operation and services, it expects to have a total of 20 offices in 17 countries by the end of 2019.
Ariadna has become an example of effectivity, creativity and innovation in the region with the combination of services that delivers an integral service, keeping the technological and digital DNA that inspired the company 20 years ago.
The group’s methodologies “Smart Human Touch Points” and “Behavioural Change” based on consumer data analysis, category perception and transactional analysis allow the creation of statistic and econometrics models that help its customers to make business and advertising decisions based on data. A partnership with the Serviceplan Group expands its services to Europe.