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  • than Publicis and Havas but worse that Omnicom and Interpublic and Dentsu. WPP's full year organic decline was -1.2%. The key markets of the US and China remain a serious problem. WPP didn't declare market-
  • So far at least, Interpublic's Mediabrands division is holding its own in the so-called "mediapalooza" review frenzy. Johnson & Johnson's US media business wasn't officially under review (unlike the international
  • Interpublic 5.6%, WPP revenues 2.4% Omnicom 2.0%, WPP revenues less pass through costs 0.7% MDC -1.7%, Publicis -2.1%, Havas approx -4.1%. With the global Ford marketing review still ongoing, Wieden
  • Interpublic leads with organic growth of 7.1%, while Havas jumps into second place with a dramatic turnaround of 4.8%. They are followed by Omnicom 3.2%, Dentsu 0.9%, Publicis -0.3% and finally WPP with
  • Adbrands Daily Update 13th Feb 2019: Interpublic jumped to head of the class among its peers with excellent performance in 4Q. Revenues rose by 7.1% on an organic basis, lifting the full year metric to
  • Omnicom countered the recently announced acquisition by Interpublic of Acxiom with an expansion of its own data analytics and precision marketing offering, currently housed in media subsidiary Annalect.
  • through MEC. Interpublic also launched a new dedicated entity, Team Ignite, after winning all global integrated marketing and media for the Harley-Davidson brand. In reviews, Saatchi & Saatchi and McCann
  • Interpublic has sold the main marketing operations of McCann in four Nordic countries to I&F Grupa, a Serbian company which will continue to operate the business as a licensee. It already operates the
  • Major losers include Interpublic's Deutsch in the US and German indie Grabarz & Partner. (Could the latter end up under Omnicom's umbrella?). Publicis goes home empty-handed. In other big assignments,
  • Interpublic 5.4%, Omnicom 2.9%, MDC 1.5% Publicis 1.3%, Havas 0.3% and WPP -1.5%. Omnicom was awarded the advertising contract for the US Army after a long and fractious review. The ten-year $4bn

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