It may have one of the more curious names in the agency business, but that didn't stop Wexley School for Girls, named after a nunnery in England, from winning three-fourths of its new-business pitches in 2015. The Seattle-based shop serves clients like dairy company Darigold (for which it created an experiential campaign that included a human-size mouse trap), Virginia Mason Medical Center and Amazon. It also has expanded the services it offers, having recently entered the PR business. And it launched a content studio in 2015, making it easier for the shop to produce and direct smaller-budget work more efficiently.
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