Staff Reporters
Feb 9, 2021

Agency Report Card 2020: AKQA

The nature of AKQA’s work meant it was well-placed to help clients navigate online experiences for the first time, helping it sail through the pandemic. But it’s strapping in for a bigger, bumpier ride in 2021.

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We labelled it a “sleeping giant” in WPP’s portfolio in 2019 , but AKQA was firmly thrust into the spotlight in 2020. It began the year by swallowing several small agencies across ANZ, which acted as

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