IPG is home to many of the world’s best-known and most innovative communications specialists. Our agencies create best-in-class marketing solutions for many of the world’s top global brands.

IPG agencies work independently, or as part of a team of top brands to create custom initiatives that meet clients’ goals. In addition to winning top honors at the most celebrated creative showcases in the world, our work is also recognized for its effectiveness in moving the needle for our clients’ businesses.

Here is a sampling of some of our agencies’ work. For more, please visit our agencies’ websites and tour their creative showcases.

Lowe Lintas and Gits Food created a campaign for International Women’s Day (IWD) that highlights the journey of a typical Indian woman and the more

As Frontier Communications’ AOR for Sponsorship Strategy and Sponsorship Negotiation, Advantage was tasked with analyzing this client's existing portfolio to develop a strategy that would drive more

One of McDonald’s most iconic menu items, the Big Mac, celebrated its 50th Anniversary creating an opportunity for the brand to reignite love for the more

Energy supplier npower tasked Golin with creating a splash in the tabloids for the launch of its new "Go Green" tariff and communicating how simple more

Microsoft 365 is a product solution that helps businesses of all sizes be more productive, collaborative and secure in the modern workplace. more

Weber Shandwick created a documentary for their client Ancestry, in partnership with Mass Appeal Director Sacha Jenkins and SundanceTV. Ancestry more

Amanda Medeiros Kigel of Cadreon and Jill Gorecki of UM Worldwide were named "Working Mothers of the Year" by She Runs It. IPG Mediabrands was also more

IPG Mediabrands Hosted “Bringing Your Authentic Self to the Workplace” in celebration of Black History Month. The program included Jeff Marshall of more

IPG Mediabrands and Plano launched #SeePastTheScreen, a national pro-bono campaign to drive awareness of myopia in Singapore, known as “the myopia more

Michael Roth wrote an op-ed for Campaign U.S. titled, “Why You Shouldn't Ask Someone Like Me About Diversity.” The piece focuses on diversity at IPG more