Creative agency DDB has held on to top spot for new business wins according to the march data from marketing intelligence firm R3.
DDB, which took the number one position in February, claimed McDonald’s and the YMCA Project as new business wins for the month.
J Walter Thompson retained second spot with wins that included Vodafone and Murdoch University.
Ogilvy jumped two spots to claim third, McCann was fourth, and Saatchi & Saatchi roared up six spots to round out the top five.
However, this month’s biggest mover and shaker was Host who jumped a whopping 16 spots to 17th position with wins that included Oporto and Chicken Treat. The top 20 for March included:
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