Doyle Dane Bernbach – or DDB as its more commonly known around the traps – has retained the number one spot for new creative wins for the month of June according to the latest R3 data.
However, it was indie agency Channel T that proved the month’s flyer, storming a whopping 34 spots on the list to come in at an impressive fourth spot.
The agency announcing this morning that it had snared the Ego Pharmaceutical’s account.
Meanwhile, another indie, Cummins&Partners, is having a purple patch. It snared second on June’s list with wins that included Adore Beauty, Red Corss, Sapporo and the retention of Jeep/Fiat.
TBWA dropped a spot to third, Channel T was fourth and Clems knicked Saatchi & Saatchi’s fifth spot to round out June’s top five.
Check out June’s top 20 performing creative agencies below:
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