Shawn Lim
May 29, 2024

APAC media agency rankings: PHD surges ahead in Q1 new-biz league

PHD's performance was boosted by retaining SAIC Volkswagen. Meanwhile, Publicis Media benefited from GroupM's long-term clients leaving the agency in China.

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