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Feb 28, 2022

Agency Report Card 2021: AKQA

AKQA continued to change shape in 2021 as it became the target of more mergers—although its integration with Grey has been mysteriously quiet. While AKQA figured out its identity, it was distracted from progressing in key areas like DEI.

Tennis Australia

Strategic design and innovation company AKQA continued to change shape in APAC in 2021 as it swallowed additional media capabilities and then shed them a few months later. This is on top of its global

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