Leo Burnett Still Top Dog For New Creative Wins

Leo Burnett Still Top Dog For New Creative Wins
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Leo Burnett has retained top spot for new business wins for the month of March, according to the latest data by tech marketing firm R3.

Leos flew into the number one position in February despite losing CEO Peter Bosilkovski to rival WPP’s Y&R in the same month.

The agency’s wins for the month included Emirates Airlines, Sydney’s Barangaroo precinct and Caroma.

Saatchi & Saatchi soared five spots to claim second position for the month, while WPP’s VML had a cracker of a month rising 14 spots to claim third position. The independents 72and Sunny dropped two spots to fourth and Thinkerbell fell two spots to round out the top five for the month.

Check out the top 20 for the month of March below:

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