Accounts In Review

An ongoing analysis of published agency review/search activity.

The Accounts In Review Analysis

The 4A’s maintains a cumulative analysis of published agency review/search activity. The Accounts in Review analysis includes:

The analysis is provided on a spreadsheet so members can readily sort the information.

If you have review activity that you want to include in the 4A’s Accounts in Review Analysis, please send the details to Helen Miranda, helen@aaaa.org.

Accounts in Review: 2017 First Half

The 4A’s “Accounts in Review” analysis compiles information on publicly reported account review activity. The description of the “Accounts in Review” analysis and the link to the report covering the first half of 2017 is provided here.

Accounts in Review: 2017 First Quarter

The 4A’s “Accounts in Review” analysis compiles information on publicly reported account review activity. The description of the “Accounts in Review” analysis and the link to the report covering the first quarter of 2017 is provided here.

Accounts in Review: 2016 Year End

The 4A’s Accounts in Review analysis compiles information on publicly reported account review activity. The description of the “Accounts in Review” analysis and the link to the report covering the 2016 year end is provided here.

Accounts in Review: Nine Months (January-September) 2016 Activity

The 4A’s “Accounts in Review” analysis compiles information on publicly reported account review activity. The description of the “Accounts in Review” analysis and the link to the report covering the first nine months of 2016 is provided here.

Accounts In Review – 2016 First Half

The 4A’s provides major consultants with the opportunity to provide input for the 4A’s year in review report. It should be noted that consultant information may be under-reported due to NDA agreement term limitations or as a matter of consultant’s policy not to publicly confirm or identify certain client engagement information.

Accounts in Review: 2016 First Quarter

The 4A’s provides major consultants with the opportunity to provide input for the 4A’s year in review report. It should be noted that consultant information may be under-reported due to NDA agreement term limitations or as a matter of consultant’s policy not to publicly confirm or identify certain client engagement information.