Dentsu Aegis launches dentsu X globally through Dentsu media rebrand

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Launch comes on the back of celebrating agency’s highest-ever new business rankings and longstanding success in Asia Pacific

Dentsu Aegis Network today announces the launch of dentsuX, an integrated agency network combining best-in-class communication and media planning services, content creation, technology, data and behavioural insights, following the rebrand of the Group’s media specialist – Dentsu media.

Inspired by the idea that personalised and relevant experiences are key for brands to attract, acquire, convert and retain customers, dentsu X is designed to help brands create integrated and personalised marketing solutions to cut through the noise of a saturated media market and meet rapidly changing consumer demands.

Building on the agency’s strong success spanning over 18 years in 13 Asian markets, as well as a strong presence in Canada and Russia, dentsu X will roll out in some key markets in EMEA within this year and will look to expand into the United States subsequently.

Bringing Dentsu media’s longstanding success in delivering one-stop integrated solutions in the East, dentsu X will combine high quality creative and strategic capabilities with the skills of cultural scientists and behavioural experts to help brands come together with people and identify key values and motivations through the use of data.

Takaki Hibino, Global Brand President of dentsuX, who will continue to lead his successful team within the new dentsu X brand globally, commented: “When Dentsu media was first launched in 1999, the use of the word ‘media’ had a very limited meaning. For close to two decades, Dentsu media alongside its sister creative agencies has expanded to offer much more to our clients than that original definition could describe. This is why we evolved its identity to reflect the potential of our brand. By integrating data, technology, creativity and distribution in the dentsu X offering, we can develop unique experiences for clients that are truly focused on digital solutions.”

Nick Waters, CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network Asia Pacific, said: "Dentsu media is unique as a scaled homegrown Asian agency network. Integrating with the rest of the Dentsu Aegis Network portfolio of agencies has propelled its growth so that it currently leads the R3 new business tables. 

“This change of branding serves to better reflect the agency's capabilities and further enhance its position as the leading Asian agency network." 

The rebrand of Dentsu media to dentsu X is effective today.

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For further information contact: 
Laura Green-Wilkinson
Regional Director of Marketing and Communications, APAC
Dentsu Aegis Network
T: +65 6501 1686

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About Dentsu Aegis Network
Part of Dentsu Inc., Dentsu Aegis Network is made up of ten global network brands - Carat, Dentsu, dentsu X, iProspect, Isobar, mcgarrybowen, Merkle, MKTG, Posterscope and Vizeum and supported by its specialist/multi-market brands. Dentsu Aegis Network is Innovating the Way Brands Are Built for its clients through its best-in-class expertise and capabilities in media, digital and creative communications services. Offering a distinctive and innovative range of products and services, Dentsu Aegis Network is headquartered in London and operates in 145 countries worldwide with more than 38,000 dedicated specialists.
About dentsu X
dentsu X rebranded from Dentsu media which was launched in 1999. “X” means experience which it values most in its offerings as a global brand. Leveraging longstanding success of Dentsu media in delivering one-stop integrated services, dentsu X is designed to help brands create integrated and personalised marketing solutions to cut through the noise in the market and meet rapidly changing consumer demands. By materializing its tagline “Experience Beyond Exposure”, dentsu X builds new business model, and be more integrated and cutting-edge agency brand in this consumer demand led economy. dentsu X is headquartered in Tokyo and has 29 offices in 17 markets worldwide with more than 1,500 communication specialists.