Frank Lowe

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Frank Lowe is founder,Chairman and CEO of the Lowe Group. [1] He is based in Geneva. He has donated £300,000 to the Labour Party and was caught up in the controversy surrounding the cash-for-honours scandal. [2]

The Lowe Group is an advertising agency, part of Interpublic, an American network of advertising agencies. [3] They operate in 38 countries with "billings" worth $4 billion (they are ranked 13th biggest in the world). In the UK they operate as Lowe Howard-Spink.

He is founder of the Stella Artois Tennis Championship and is President of the Tournament Committee. [4]


  1. ^ Jim Kelly, Miliband extends new academies to towns, Financial Times, 12 August 2003.
  2. ^ Marie Woolf, Cash for Honours: What Am I bid? £10,000? £1? A Loan, No Questions Asked?, The Independent, 12 March 2006.
  3. ^ Interpublic Says It's In An Acquisition Mode, Direct, 8 March 2001.
  4. ^ Chris Britcher, Q&A with Jolyon Armstrong, Media Director of the Stella Artois Championship, no date. (last accessed 5 July 2007).