Half-Term Reports 2013: Ogilvy & Mather

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2013, ahead of our School Reports for 2014. Here's how Ogilvy & Mather view the first six months of their year.

Half-Term Reports 2013: Ogilvy & Mather

Score (self-awarded): 6

Number of staff: 279

New business / billings: Cannot disclose

Summary of the year so far: "The arrival of new CEO Cheryl Giovannoni has given the agency a renewed vigour and injection of energy and leadership to take it to the next level. We produced some great work on domestic accounts Kronenbourg and Expedia, as well as global accounts such as Dove and Philips. Whilst servicing existing clients remains a priority, Cheryl’s focus will be on winning new business. On this note, we were delighted to be awarded a place on the government roster earlier this year. 2013 was our most successful year ever at Cannes, where we picked up more Lions than any other UK agency. The fact that our work has been so popular with the public as well as with awards juries, has given us confidence that we are moving in the right direction and the outlook for the rest of the year is promising. "

Awards won so far in 2013: "D&AD 2013: 3rd most awarded agency worldwide (3 Nominations, 13 in book) Clios 2013: 2nd most awarded agency worldwide (5 Gold, 3 Silver, 7 Bronze) Cannes 2013: Top performing agency in UK (4 Gold, 5 Silver, 1 Bronze) One Show 2013: 1 Gold Pencil, 7 Merit Creative Circle 2013: 1 Gold, 4 Silver "

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