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Mar 19, 2020

Agency Report Card 2019: Essence

Essence continues to grow revenue from its star client Google, but how is it faring in diversifying its client base, and how has it coped with Kyoko Matsushita's move to a global role?

Essence’s partnership with Indian talk show ‘Koffee with Karan’ for Google Home.

The biggest change at Essence in 2019 was the August promotion of Kyoko Matsushita from Asia-Pacific to global CEO, replacing Christian Juhl, who stepped up to GroupM. Campaign wrote at the time tha

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