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Mar 19, 2019

Agency Report Card 2018: TBWA

Before leaving abruptly in early 2019, Ian Pearman put in place measures that give the agency's proposition greater clarity and helped generate impressive revenue growth.

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We assess TBWA's 2018 performance in APAC, based on results, innovation, creative output, awards, staff development, diversity and leadership. See all of the 2018 Agency Report Cards . TBWA says th

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