Results from This Site: 21 - 30 of 209 total results for Omnicom
  • IPG leads with 3.6% organic growth, followed by Omnicom (2.4%), 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
  • where Omnicom's PHD is the incumbent. Worldwide billings are around $1.7bn. The pitch is wide open, with all six major marketing groups invited to compete for the business. Big reviews don't necessarily
  • followed by Omnicom (2.4%), 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
  • end to last year and still some way behind US rival Omnicom. Currencies caused reported revenues to decline year-on-year to almost €2.3bn, or a little under €2.1bn excluding pass-through costs. However
  • reducing annual revenues to around the same level as Omnicom. Further disposals could follow, including perhaps WPP's PR division. Such a break-up could in turn provoke splits at Omnicom and Interpublic.
  • Saatchi, WPP's Grey and Omnicom's Hearts & Science and Marina Maher Communications. Saatchi New York's CEO Andrea Vasquez will lead the new business in addition to her existing role, and the new entity
  • well ahead of larger rivals like Omnicom or WPP. The group's three regional divisions in Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia & Australia jumped by between 23% and 26% each, an extraordinary achievement.
  • assignment marked the second significant loss for Omnicom stablemate Adam&Eve DDB, whose Harvey Nichols business was also reassigned elsewhere within Omnicom at TBWA, which also picked up Bosch Appliances
  • Two significant losses for Omnicom too: US home improvement giant Lowe's has dropped longtime creative agency BBDO New York, and will instead farm out creative projects to a trio of roster shops: EP &
  • MDC +3.3%, Dentsu 2.8%, Publicis +2.2%, Omnicom +1.6%, WPP revenues +1.2%, WPP net ex pass-throughs -1.3%, Havas -2.1%. For the year, MDC +7.0%, Omnicom +3.0%, Interpublic +1.8%, Publicis +0.8%, Dentsu


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