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Key reading

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What we know about managing agencies

This guide summarises key arguments around the topic of taking on, managing and measuring advertising agencies, offering marketers practical advice from experts, with links to other papers on the topic. It offers key reading from the beginning to the end of the process, from finding an agency to evaluating its performance.

How to assess client-agency relationships effectively

Best Practice guidance and tips based on an analysis of over 8,000 client-agency relationships.

Agency remuneration

Best Practice paper on ways to remunerate agencies beyond traditional models of agency compensation.
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Inside the in-house agency trend

Why companies are moving strategy, creative and digital to in-house agencies

Agency management: Who manages who?

Advice and insights for clients on to manage their advertising agencies more effectively.

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In academic and practitioner literature, codes of ethics are generally understood to act as a mechanism guiding and ensuring ethical behaviour.

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