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Information for Agency Report 2017 came from questionnaires submitted by agencies and from analysis by Ad Age Datacenter. To see the questionnaire, go to AdAge.com/arq.
Most agencies submit revenue and data via the questionnaire. Publicly held agency firms sometimes prefer not to reveal revenue for specific agencies; figures for those agencies and some independent agencies are Ad Age estimates. An asterisk next to an agency name indicates an Ad Age Datacenter revenue estimate.
Revenue and rankings are based on data collected and/or edited in 2017.
Ad Age evaluates ad agencies and marketing services agencies for breakout rankings by discipline. For these rankings, Ad Age applies a 75% rule: If revenue from a particular discipline represents less than 75% of an agency's total revenue, only revenue attributed to that discipline is shown for that agency in the chart. However, if the discipline accounts for 75% or more of an agency's total revenue—implying the discipline is the foundation of that agency—then an agency is ranked in that discipline at 100% of revenue.
Agency Report 2018
Ad Age will publish Agency Report 2018 in spring 2018.
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Seniior research editor: Catherine Wolf
Research assistants: Megan Caruso, Will Judd, Gabrielle Rosas, Kyra Senese, Adam Stern
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