Jamie Rossouw
Feb 29, 2024

Global new business spotlight: Publicis dominates with four major wins

While Starcom retained BMW's $250 million business in China, the biggest wins for the final quarter of 2023 came from the US, with WPP showing the biggest growth on the media side.

Nespresso: Publicis retained the US business.

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