Marcel Bleustein, qui a accolé son pseudonyme de résistant, Blanchet, à son patronyme et est couramment appelé Bleustein-Blanchet, est né le 21 août 1906 à Enghien-les-Bains et mort le 11 avril 1996 à Paris. Il est un publicitaire français et fondateur du groupe Publicis, aujourd'hui le troisième groupe mondial de publicité.↑ Cf. référence ci-dessous.

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  • Marcel Bleustein, qui a accolé son pseudonyme de résistant, Blanchet, à son patronyme et est couramment appelé Bleustein-Blanchet, est né le 21 août 1906 à Enghien-les-Bains et mort le 11 avril 1996 à Paris. Il est un publicitaire français et fondateur du groupe Publicis, aujourd'hui le troisième groupe mondial de publicité.
  • Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet (Enghien-les-Bains, 21 agosto 1906 – Parigi, 11 aprile 1996) è stato un pubblicitario francese.È noto soprattutto per aver fondato l'agenzia pubblicitaria Publicis. Riposa presso il cimitero parigino di Bagneux (4ème Division), vicino a sua moglie Sophie Vaillant (1916-1999), da cui ha avuto tre figli, Marie-Françoise, deceduta in un incidente d'auto nel 1968, Élisabeth Badinter (moglie di Robert Badinter), e Michèle.
  • Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet (21 August 1906 – 11 April 1996) was a French advertising magnate best known as the founder of Publicis Groupe, about to become the largest communications group worldwide after it's merger with former US competitor Omnicom. The new entity with be known as Publicis Omnicom. Mr. Bleustein-Blanchet also invented radio advertising in France, helped create the first French opinion polls, introduced Édith Piaf to the French public, and fought with the Free French forces during World War II.The son of Abraham Bleustein, a Russian-Jewish furniture salesman in northern Paris, Marcel Bleustein left school at the age of 14 to help out in the family furniture business. He founded Publicis in 1926 in a small apartment above a butcher’s shop. In 1935, he purchased a radio station which he renamed Radio Cité, and introduced France’s first news broadcasts as well as its first radio jingles. Radio Cité also helped launch singer Edith Piaf. In 1939, Marcel Bleustein married Sophie Vaillant, an English teacher who was the granddaughter of Edouard Vaillant, a well-known 19th century Socialist politician. (They had three daughters, including Elisabeth Badinter, a prominent feminist writer and philosopher who chairs the supervisory board of Publicis Groupe). When the Second World War broke out, Marcel Bleustein's companies were confiscated by the German occupation forces as "Jewish properties". He joined the Resistance, took the code-name Blanchet, and was detached to serve as a co-pilot for the US Eighth Air Force, flying bombing missions over France and Holland. When the war ended, he rebuilt Publicis from scratch, introducing the first opinion polls in France and developing the then-American fields of consumer research and brand analysis. [1] He retained his Resistance name of Blanchet, adding it legally to his original name. After the war, Mr. Bleustein-Blanchet reopened Publicis and, calling them on the phone himself, rapidly regained old and new clients, notably Shell, Colgate-Palmolive, L'oreal, Renault, Dim and many others. In 1957 he opened the first "Publicis Drugstore" on the ground level of Publicis' headquarters, 133 avenue des Champs Elysées, former location of the Astoria hotel. The "Drugstore" was a huge success and immediately became the rendez vous point of the cool parisian youth. During the 1970s, under the leadership of Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet and his successor, Maurice Lévy, Publicis became an international communications group and is now the third largest communications group in the world. In 2008, twelve years after his death, the American Advertising Federation announced that Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet would become the first non-American to be named to the Advertising Hall of Fame.
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  • Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet (Enghien-les-Bains, 21 agosto 1906 – Parigi, 11 aprile 1996) è stato un pubblicitario francese.È noto soprattutto per aver fondato l'agenzia pubblicitaria Publicis. Riposa presso il cimitero parigino di Bagneux (4ème Division), vicino a sua moglie Sophie Vaillant (1916-1999), da cui ha avuto tre figli, Marie-Françoise, deceduta in un incidente d'auto nel 1968, Élisabeth Badinter (moglie di Robert Badinter), e Michèle.
  • Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet (21 August 1906 – 11 April 1996) was a French advertising magnate best known as the founder of Publicis Groupe, about to become the largest communications group worldwide after it's merger with former US competitor Omnicom. The new entity with be known as Publicis Omnicom. Mr.
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