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Top 100 Agencies 2015: Wunderman Health

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Wunderman Health

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Digital accounts for more than happiness

Top 100 Agencies 2015: W2O Group

Top 100 Agencies 2015: W2O Group

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An agency with a "no walls" philosophy

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Triple Threat Communications

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Triple Threat Communications

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Motivation, ability and trigger

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Trio

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Trio

Keeping up with the times while integrating into a new family

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Topin & Associates, an HCB Health Company

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Topin & Associates, an HCB Health Company

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A veteran Chicago shop has a new parent

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Sudler & Hennessey

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Sudler & Hennessey

Offering clients solutions they didn't even know they needed yet

Top 100 Agencies 2015: STRIKEFORCE Communications

Top 100 Agencies 2015: STRIKEFORCE Communications

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A smaller agency thinks and acts big

Top 100 Agencies 2015: StoneArch

Top 100 Agencies 2015: StoneArch

Aligning across healthcare's continuum

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Siren Interactive

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Siren Interactive

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A surge follows an acquisition

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Scout

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Scout

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Independence has its rewards

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness

A new move promotes new energy

Agency Revenue Rankings

Networks and agencies, ranked by 2014 US revenue

Top 100 Agencies 2015: RevHealth

Top 100 Agencies 2015: RevHealth

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An agency with degrees of certainty

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Renavatio Healthcare Communications

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Renavatio Healthcare Communications

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Daredevil depth-defying devotion

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Razorfish Health

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Razorfish Health

Real transformation in action

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Purohit Navigation

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Purohit Navigation

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Making a specialty of specialty work

Top 100 Agencies 2015: PulseCX

Top 100 Agencies 2015: PulseCX

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Searching for transformational change

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Palio

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Palio

A rebranded leadership team leads a rebranded agency

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Pacific Communications

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Pacific Communications

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Keeping steady amid storms

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Pace

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Pace

Realignment leads to rebranding and success (plus flexibility and growth)

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide

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An agency running on all cylinders

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Neon

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Neon

A young agency transcends its "conflict shop" lineage

Top 100 Agencies 2015: The Navicor Group

Top 100 Agencies 2015: The Navicor Group

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Thinking of oncology as an entire platform

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Natrel

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Natrel

Bolstering an agency from within to meet consumers' needs

Top 100 Agencies 2015: MicroMass

Top 100 Agencies 2015: MicroMass

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Fusing behavioral science with the art of storytelling

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Merkle

Top 100 Agencies 2015: Merkle

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Building growth on marketing analytics

Top 100 Agencies 2015: MedThink Communications

Top 100 Agencies 2015: MedThink Communications

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A Caroline shop looks to diversify

Top 100 Agencies 2015: MediMedia Managed Markets

Top 100 Agencies 2015: MediMedia Managed Markets

Coming out ahead after an acquisition

Top 100 Agencies 2015: McK|CP Healthcare

Top 100 Agencies 2015: McK|CP Healthcare

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A merger that makes sense

Top 100 Agencies 2015: McCann Torre Lazur

Top 100 Agencies 2015: McCann Torre Lazur

A launch agency keeps new-product role

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