Staff Reporters
Apr 6, 2022

Cheil Worldwide doubles down on digital offerings

AGENCY REPORT CARD: The agency deftly crafts client-specific innovations that factor into successful campaigns for anchor client Samsung. But it still alarmingly lacks in one area.

Cheil Worldwide doubles down on digital offerings

This year, Cheil managed to disperse revenue more equally throughout the region with Southeast Asia making a stronger impression via healthy figures and an enhancement of digital offerings. Adapting deftly to client needs, the agency also expanded its scope of work in existing clients by finding new business opportunities and strengthening content-based production capabilities. Yet, there’s one area where it continues to fall short, year after year. 

What was Cheil’s overall grade? Our full report with the overall grade—plus scores for business; innovation; DEI and sustainability; creativity and effectiveness; and management—is available only to Campaign members.

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