Wins this week: Sky Bet, American Express, Emirates

Campaign's round-up of account moves across advertising and media.

Emirates: has retained Havas Media for global media
Emirates: has retained Havas Media for global media

Sky Bet has appointed Who Wot Why to its retained creative account as it seeks to create a better through-the-line experience. Mcgarrybowen has previously worked on the account but its relationship with Sky Bet ended earlier this year.

American Express has moved global brand creative duties to Mcgarrybowen from Ogilvy & Mather without a pitch. O&M will remain on the brand’s agency roster in charge of international execution, while Mcgarrybowen will also be in charge of all US execution. The changes do not affect O&M's UK relationship with the brand.

Emirates has retained Havas Media for another three years without a pitch after calling a review. The airline first appointed Havas Media for global media planning and buying duties in 2013.

Graham’s The Family Dairy, the Scottish dairy and food brand, has appointed Pablo to handle its advertising account, following a pitch. There is no incumbent.

Organic baby food brand Ella’s Kitchen has appointed BigDog as its content agency, following a competitive pitch.

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