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  • currently split between WPP's Mediacom and Mindshare. Click here for a summary of other account changes this quarter or here for the full searchable database of account assignments. In the news this
  • Biggest loser is Mediacom, which surrenders the US and several other markets, but gains or retains most of Latin America. Starcom is another winner, keeping or gaining key Asia markets including China,
  • There were two significant gains for Mediacom which collected consolidated media in Germany for Universal Pictures (from sibling Mindshare) as well as the Government of Victoria in Australia (from Dentsu
  • there were major gains too. This morning, MediaCom was named as the new global agency for luxury group Richemont, parent to Cartier, Mont Blanch, Dunhill and others. The business moves from Publicis-owned
  • Mediacom and Ogilvy. In a statement released on Wednesday, WPP said "Having taken steps to contain the attack, the priority now is to return to normal operations as soon as possible while protecting our
  • mainly through MEC; while Mediacom was awarded US duties for Wholefoods Market. German drug company Merck AG consolidated European media with Starcom. In reviews, new agencies are being sought by Coty
  • from around eight at present. Incumbents include Mediacom in the US and Dentsu Aegis Network in much of Europe. Those were the two biggest developments in what was otherwise quite a quiet week for account
  • Mindshare and Mediacom, are unaffected by the changes. It's a big week for Publicis Groupe: Arthur Sadoun officially took over from Maurice Levy as CEO, and to mark his accession to the role issued
  • working with Mediacom (for media), Burson-Marsteller (for PR) and Townhouse (for production). WPP had not previously disclosed which agencies would be contributing to Team WBA. Molson Coors wrapped
  • Most of the business is held by Starcom, with Mediacom handling press and some other duties. UK supermarket giant Tesco agreed terms for the acquisition of leading wholesaler Booker for £3.7bn. If


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