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Roy+Teddy Becomes Part of The Network's Independent Global Network

Roy+Teddy, the Istanbul-based full-service creative agency, joins 'by The Network' to enhance global creative collaboration. The move aims to unlock new international business opportunities.

Roy+Teddy Joins 'by The Network

In a move aimed at broadening its international scope, Istanbul-based full-service creative agency Roy+Teddy has become the latest agency to join 'by The Network,' the independent global network founded by the late Per Pedersen.

'by The Network,' known for its highly acclaimed industry documentary ‘Kill Your Darlings,’ aims to unlock new international business opportunities for independent creative agencies across the globe. It adopts a creative-first mindset and offers clients borderless creative collaboration across its network of agencies.

Ekin Ozcicekciler, Managing Partner at Roy+Teddy, expressed enthusiasm about the new alliance: "Being a part of 'by The Network' enables us to offer our clients a creative-first mindset with high levels of interaction from talent worldwide."

Arzu Bulut, Chief Creative Partner at Roy+Teddy, emphasized that the network is an amalgamation of "free-spirited creators from various disciplines who share a vision of creative independence."

Jack Smail, Director of Partnerships at 'by The Network,' noted, "Roy+Teddy's non-traditional approach to ideas makes them a perfect fit. They bring a powerful edge, especially in digital, given their roots in creating digitally-focused user experiences and technologies."

2023 has proven to be a year of significant expansion for 'by The Network,' with strengthened relationships with brands like Lipton, Seagram’s, and Netflix.

Roy+Teddy's collaboration with 'by The Network' represents a strategic move for both parties. It aligns well with their shared vision of fostering a creative-first mindset and borderless collaboration. As part of this network, Roy+Teddy is poised to elevate their creative capabilities and reach on a global scale.

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