Virgin reviews creative account held by Memac Ogilvy

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Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA) has put its Saudi Arabian creative account out to pitch.

 The account is currently held by Memac Ogilvy Riyadh.

 Part of British entrepreneur Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, the network has been based in the Saudi capital since 2014.

 A Virgin spokesman said: “We do from time to time review our agency relationships.

 “I can confirm that we are in the process of doing this in our Saudi Arabia business at present.”