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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: agency - an agency that designs advertisement to call public attention to its clientsad agency - an agency that designs advertisement to call public attention to its clients
agency - a business that serves other businesses
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The firm has appointed a local manager and partnered with a domestic ad agency.
If the question seeks an answer with a distinction between a full service ad agency and a MBH (Media Buying Home), then the answer is that performance depends on the skill set and professionalism and both have done well in many cases.
It compromises the integrity of the government agency, as well as the ad agency itself.
Ad agency execs were shocked to hear Britain is leaving the European Union.
Here, he uses an example -- the mythical headquarters office of an ad agency -- to demonstrate the financial dilemma faced by most agencies.
Worst of all, successful work may continue to be successful, long after the ad agency has stopped being paid.
com)-- Laura Sheridan, President of Viva La Brand, the Cleveland, Ohio-based marketing strategy and ad agency search firm, is speaking on the subject of Brand Building: Taking your law firm to the next level at the Columbus Bar Association and Legal Marketing Association's 2013 Legal Practice Development Institute on October 23rd in Columbus, OH.
Summary: Mexico's Aeromexico airline and its ad agency have apologised for a producer's casting call requesting that only light-skinned people apply as actors for a television commercial.
Wellington, August 28 ( ANI ): A bathroom mirror created by a Brazilian ad agency will soon be deterring people from drink-driving.
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, an ad agency that has worked with Anheuser-Busch for the past 15 years, will no longer be producing advertising for the St.
She said she spent several years at an East Coast ad agency where she worked as a copywriter and production manager.
A former ad agency person who scorns the 30-second TV spot for being disrespectful of its audience, Jaffe is often known to tell his guests that they aren't as important as his listeners.