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Cadillac "Carry"
by Publicis New York

Walmart "The Receipt: Bananas Town"
by Saatchi NY, Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg

Uniqlo "AIRism"
by Droga5 London

E*Trade "Vision"
by R/GA


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Covergirl - US - creative - agency
TGI Friday's - US - creative - agency
Ladbrokes Coral - UK - media - agency
TUI Cruises - Germany - creative - agency
Black & Decker - France - media - agency
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Clairol, Wella, Hugo Boss - Global - creative - agency
Haven Holidays - UK - creative - agency
Menulog - Australia - creative - agency
Carpetright - UK - media - agency
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Whereas in the past, each individual ad agency offered a variety of different marketing services under a single roof, the rapid expansion of the media industry (for example the proliferation of cable and digital channels), as well as the refusal of clients to pay for services they didn't require, encouraged most large advertising agencies to spin out their more specialised in-house departments as separate agencies in their own right.

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SEVEN DAYS
to 23rd Feb 2017

ADVERTISERS

Kraft Heinz withdraws botched takeover offer for Unilever

Burger King owner RBI adds Popeyes fried chicken chain to its portfolio

Nestle reports weakest annual growth for at least 20 years

US economy underpins strong year at Walmart & Home Depot but Macy's struggles

Barclays and Lloyds prosper among UK banks but HSBC and RBS suffer

South Korean prosecutors secure arrest of Samsung chief on second attempt

New marketers appointed at Ralph Lauren and PepsiCo beverages

AGENCIES

Accenture adds to portfolio with deal for leading German digital agency

Omnicom confirms acquisition of Lucky Generals but no merger with TBWA London

Droga5 wins Covergirl cosmetics after Grey resigns Coty's ex-P&G brands

New agencies appointed at TGI Friday's and Ladbrokes Coral betting

MEDIA

Charter gains subscribers in first year as #2 US cable company

Private equity firm puts UK OOH media giant Exterion up for sale for $1bn

Paramount Studios chief Brad Grey could be next victim of Viacom reshuffle

TOP ADVERTISING TERRITORIES
by projected media expenditure 2016

USA ($178.0bn)
China ($85.5bn)
Japan ($38.6bn)
UK ($25.9bn)
Brazil ($18.7bn)
Germany ($18.6bn)
France ($11.5bn)
Australia ($9.9bn)
Canada ($9.6bn)
South Korea ($8.9bn)
India ($8.7bn)
Italy ($8.0bn)
Israel ($5.4bn)
Spain ($5.4bn)
Mexico ($4.8bn)
Russia ($4.6bn)
Austria ($4.2bn)
Netherlands ($4.1bn)
Philippines ($4.0bn)
(source: GroupM
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