Results from This Site: 51 - 60 of 106 total results for MDC Partners
  • still US agency and 72's stablemate within MDC Partners. Diageo's Baileys liqueur appointed VML as global digital agency. Click here for a summary of other account changes this quarter or here for the
  • Publicis (1.6%), MDC Partners (1.0%), WPP net sales (negative 0.1%) and Havas (negative 1.7%). You win some, you lose some... Dentsu Aegis Network and Omnicom swapped two big accounts this week. Carat
  • After a strong close to 2017, MDC Partners' results for 1Q were a big disappointment, and the poor performance appears to be bleeding on into the current quarter. New accounting rules left a significant
  • Publicis (1.6%) and WPP (negative 0.1%). MDC Partners is set to report next week; Dentsu and Havas the week after. The global Mediapalooza review process rolls on, adding two more big names to its ranks.
  • now a sister to CP&B and 72andSunny within MDC Partners. It's a cute - and distinctively Scandinavian - concept, whose appeal will probably be greatest among the Nordic nations. They're so down-to-earth
  • MDC Partners was also back on the acquisition trail, snapping up a majority holding in digital agency Instrument, based in Portland, Oregon. No terms were disclosed. Instrument's clients include Nike,
  • currency lift would put it at the top of table alongside MDC, well ahead of larger rivals like Omnicom or WPP. The group's three regional divisions in Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia & Australia
  • which had handled most creative. MDC's Anomaly also loses its creative assignment for Campbell's US sauces. Publicis has yet to announce how it will assign duties for the win between its agencies; however
  • President Trump's tax reforms handed MDC Partners not just a profit for 2017, but a record one to boot of almost $236m. The parent group to 72andSunny, CP&B and Anomaly has only once before delivered
  • MDC Partners is due to report later today. WPP will bring the marketing results season to a close next Thursday. So far, Interpublic leads for the quarter, followed by Publicis, Omnicom and Dentsu.

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