Since 1992, the average price for creative agency deliverables has declined by 70% in today’s dollars, according to my research  for Madison Avenue Manslaughter. Nevertheless, agencies have managed to deliver growing profit margins for their owners throughout this 25-year period. How was this possible? Are agencies still “fat,” as many procurement executives believe, or have they starved themselves to generate profits in the face of declining prices?
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