Havas' Q3 revenues show 1.9% growth on 2005

French-owned media holding company Havas has announced third-quarter revenues of £229.81m for 2006, a year-on-year growth of 1.9%.

UK revenues reached £29.48m in the quarter, a year-on-year increase of 3.5%, while the country's £85.76m revenues for the first nine months was 0.5% up on the same period last year.
Momentum in the region was driven by corporate communications, but also a "noteworthy" growth in advertising and media consulting, Havas said.
Revenues for the first nine months of this year were £711.54m, compared to £697.47m for the same period last year - a rise of 2.1%.
Havas chairman Vincent Bolloré has hit the headlines in recent weeks over plans to secure the election of Philippe Germond and Roger Hatchuel to the Aegis board. Bolloré owns a 29.1% stake in Aegis and is the group's majority shareholder.
Aegis shareholders are expected to vote against the moves at an extraordinary general meeting planned for 22 November.

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