Omnicom’s Q4 Organic Revenue Falls, but Company Projects Growth for 2021

Remaining 'vigilant and adaptable' is CEO John Wren's goal as Covid-19 uncertainty lingers

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Omnicom CEO John Wren is "optimistic" about returning to growth. Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Omnicom’s organic revenue fell during the fourth quarter of 2020, marking its third drop in a row due to the effects of Covid-19. Even so, it expects things to start looking up this year.

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