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  • Omnicom also keeps Australia and adds South Africa (from WPP's Ogilvy). However, WPP has been awarded the three key North American markets of the US, Canada and Mexico. It is forming a new entity to manage
  • 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
  • but behind Interpublic and Omnicom. (WPP's numbers are due towards the end of August). The latest figure was down from Q1, bringing the figure for the first half to 3.0% (which was better than Publicis)
  • It's been a blockbuster fortnight for Omnicom, with two big European account wins. Volkswagen Group further consolidated its global business with the group, appointing DDB to manage all creative for its
  • out of Omnicom's Hearts & Science. Click here for a summary of other account changes this quarter or here for the full searchable database of account assignments. Simon Tesler Publisher, Adbrands
  • overall North American Agency of the year was Omnicom's Marina Maher, while Edelman took the top prize in Digital. Ogilvy UK is seeking to draw a line under over a year of management turbulence with
  • 30bn at its peak four years ago. Meanwhile Omnicom's value had risen to around $17.4bn. WPP's market cap took another steep tumble this morning (to around $14.5bn) following publication of 3Q results
  • In the news this past week: Agencies Omnicom continued to sail a steady course through 3Q, with a 2.9% organic lift in revenues to $3.7bn. On a reported basis that figure was down marginally as a result
  • split between Mediacom, Mindshare and Essence. Omnicom's PHD had the US, Australia and New Zealand. However, the pharma group has chosen Publicis to carry forward the account, in a newly created dedicated
  • Saatchi, WPP's Grey and Omnicom's Hearts & Science and Marina Maher Communications to support Tide and other detergent brands. Havas said it will merge its Paris-based standalone agency Humanseven into


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