DDB has once again claimed top spot for new creative wins for the month of September according to the latest data from martech firm R3.
The Omnicom agency has been glued to the top of the Aussie leaderboard for much of the COVID-inspired lockdown that, admittedly, has yielded few pitches.
Arguably, the biggest standout from the month’s results was Dentsu’s Isobar that soared 16 spots from the month previous to claim second position after winning Ego Pharmaceuticals’ creative.
That meant TBWA had to lose a spot to take third position, Cummins& Partners took fourth and indie agency Channel T out gunned its more fancied rivals to round out the month’s top five.
Check out September’s top 20 below:
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