We've lost count of which iteration of Mediapalooza it is. Here are a few of 2018's biggest movers.
Ford tapped BBDO as its lead global brand creative agency, a blow for incumbent WPP, which remains for media planning and more.
WPP won Volkswagen's creative account in North America. Interpublic Group of Cos.' Deutsch had held the account since 2009.
Omnicom's DDB marches onto the roster of the Army. Incumbent McCann Worldgroup said it would be taking the matter of its dismissal from the review to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
After Papa John's founder John Schnatter used the N-word during a training call, it went on to lose Laundry Service, Fallon, Olson Engage and Initiative. It's since tapped Havas Media, Endeavor Global Marketing and Powell Tate.
Campbell Soup Co.
The company selected Publicis Groupe to handle creative and media for many of its brands, marking the end of its relationship with BBDO.
GSK consolidated its $1.7 billion global media buying assignment with Publicis Groupe. The review included Dentsu and two incumbents: Omnicom's PHD and WPP's GroupM.
LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton selected Dentsu Aegis Network to handle its media buying and planning in North America following a review, dethroning incumbent Havas Media.
Mars Inc. consolidated its global media buying and planning with GroupM's MediaCom in August.
The J. M. Smucker Co. announced a major marketing overhaul, with a new "Power of One" model that includes having Publicis Groupe run most of its work, an account the holding company won over WPP and IPG.