Staff Reporters
Mar 23, 2021

McCann seeks impetus following mixed results in 2020

AGENCY REPORT CARD: For a creative agency used to being a lodestar, 2020 was middling at best for McCann, as keeping the lights on and people engaged took precedence over ambitious growth plans.

McCann seeks impetus following mixed results in 2020

In a year with a raft of top management changes worldwide, Alex Lubar did a decent job of keeping McCann Worldgroup's APAC operations going in 2020. The agency had a mixed year, as it dropped out of the top 10 for R3’s New Business League and as its Chinese and Japanese offices had contrasting performances to report. 

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