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WEEK 38.2007

Wednesday, 19th of September, 2007

Corpore grew biggest PR-agency
"When we work hard and do not make stupid decisions we should have competitive edge," believes owner and head of Corpore Meelis Kubits. Year 2007 has been the year of team strengthening and improvement for Corpore. Kubits predicts continuous growth for PR-market.

TNS Emor again first in TOP
In Äripäev's TOP market research companies TNS Emor is the winner for the second time in a row. Company became international last year and was active on markets of the EU as well as in Russia. This year has been successful for TNS Emor, company moves ahead of common trends.

TV3 was leader in advertising sale
Despite the fact that TV-channel TV3 lost leader's position in the end of last year, it had EEK 40 million bigger advertising turnover than competitor Kanal2. TV3 CEO Toomas Vara thinks that this year's growth will be more than 20%.

All people want to get to heaven some time
Taevas (means ‘heaven’ in English) Ogilvy, advertising agency with the biggest number of employees, grew agency's income last year by more than EEK 6 million. Company has been one of Estonia's leading agencies for years. Company's biggest customer is A. Le Coq but the most loyal one is Toyota.

Turnover of NETI and grew by EEK 10 million
NETI and, winners of Marketing TOP, are among four most popular web pages in Estonia. NETI and, which belong to Elion Ettevõtted, grew advertising turnover last year by nearly EEK 10 million. "In addition to quick development of the market reasons of our success are also good team and diverse advertising solutions," said Elion's advertising sale manager Sten Klemm. Though next year competition between channels will grow, Elion is hoping to improve position even more.

Powerful victory of Postimees
Advertising turnover of market leader exceeded EEK 100 million. Advertising turnover of daily Postimees grew more than EEK 20 million last year and reached the limit of EEK 100 million by the end of the year. "Successful economic results are based primarily on general economic growth, efficient leading of the company and good teamwork," said director general of Postimees Eric Roose.

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