Cohn & Wolfe

Cohn & Wolfe had a positive year and managed to add 50 new brands to the agency's roster, including Burger King, Lexis Nexis, Samsung, Mexican Tourism Board and the United States Olympic Committee.

To the point: C&W French alcohol campaign
To the point: C&W French alcohol campaign

Global head Donna Imperato

Ownership WPP

Fastest growing offices London, New York, Singapore

Key clients Panasonic, Merck, JM Smucker

The agency expects to exceed its 2012 revenue growth target of seven per cent.

C&W put a new global leadership board in place to drive new business. New hires included Jim Joseph as president in North America, Roberto Gonzalez as president in Mexico and Charlotte Chunawala as CEO in India.

The agency set a strategic priority to expand its footprint in Asia, which was a key growth driver and focus throughout 2012. It opened offices in Jakarta, Mumbai and Delhi, and acquired two agencies, adding new offices in Hong Kong and Singapore.

The London office turned its attention to its public affairs offering, opening its first dedicated practice, C&W Political Counsel.

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