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    WPP Taps New Chief for Wunderman Agency

    WPP PLC has tapped Mel Edwards to run one of its largest ad agencies, as the world's biggest advertising company grapples with upheaval across the industry. Ms. Edwards replaces Mark Read as chief executive of Wunderman, the agency said, after the latter was promoted to CEO of WPP earlier this month.

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    Tara Marsh, Wunderman’s Global Head of Content, and Juan Cortes, POSSIBLE’s Global Learning and Development Director discuss the history and importance of LGBTQ Pride Month!

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    Gerry is Creative Director at @wundermanMNL. When he's not topping world charts in Game of Thrones trivia, he's pitching grand plans and ruling briefs with unstoppable talent. Want to expand your #creative horizons? Apply to work at Wunderman here: https://t.co/jGq0SOk13V https://t.co/ipDXlwBDOK

  • Ad agencies don't represent the country we live in - and this needs to change

    As a creative leader, one of my ambitions is, obviously, to find new ways of doing things; reshaping products and services that might be perceived as tired, haggard, boring. In order to achieve creative greatness today, we must strive for greater inclusivity in our teams - not simply focus on diversity.

  • Andy Warhol, Norman Rockwell, René Magritte, Edward Hopper and Georgia O'Keeffe are creative legends – but did you know they all started in advertising?

    MvVO ART is hosting the first #AdArtShow at Sotheby's to celebrate artists currently working in the industry. Congratulations to our FIVE talented colleagues who were selected to showcase their work!

  • To think Future Ready, you have to start with people. We’re excited to welcome industry veteran Daniel Bonner as Global CCO to lead our creative efforts around the world. Daniel is a celebrated creative director with more than 20 years’ experience in digital marketing, advertising, consulting, creativity and technology and joins Wunderman from SapientRazorfish where he worked with brands such as Audi, McDonald’s, Mercedes-Benz, Nike and Unilever.

    Wunderman Taps Former SapientRazorfish Exec as Global Chief Creative Officer

    Wunderman is appointing former SapientRazorfish creative leader Daniel Bonner as its new global chief creative officer effective March 5. Bonner, who left his post of global creative chief at SapientRazorfish last summer, is succeeding Lincoln Bjorkman. A Wunderman spokeswoman said that Bjorkman is leaving to explore new opportunities and is helping Bonner make a smooth transition to the role.

  • Research shows that 64% of marketing and media pros have thought about leaving the industry due to poor workplace wellbeing — stressing the importance of initiatives to improve employee health.

    Two-thirds of marketers have considered leaving industry because of poor workplace wellbeing

    A generation of marketing and media professionals are at risk of "burnout" according to research which has shown that 64% of individuals working in the industry have thought about leaving it at some point due to poor workplace wellbeing.

  • Our recent survey of 250 executives from global brands found a gap between companies’ abilities to identify the challenges of digital transformation and their capacity to adopt and benefit from technology and creative investments. Global CMO Jamie Gutfreund spoke with industry journalists to discuss the findings and how the majority of business decision makers are still struggling to bring together their data, creative, and technology.

    “When a company is focusing on digital transformation or becoming future-proof, the first reaction is to invest in a technology solution. But that alone is not going to work,” Gutfreund said. “Companies are still set up in silos, and it’s having a really negative impact on their ability to use all this great technology. ... It’s like having a Ferrari in your garage and having someone without the skills to drive the car.”

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    Short-Term Gains Slowing Long-Term Transformation: Study

    Senior business decision-makers understand the importance of digital transformation and future-proofing their organizations. But new research from Wunderman, in partnership with Penn Schoen Berlan, found that despite the importance of investing for what might come next, 72% of companies are limited by short-term expectations.

  • It's time marketers stop REACTING to change, and start INCITING it. Our new research study, in partnership with PSB, reveals what companies must do to #ThinkFutureReady.
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    'Future-ready' or fail: Wunderman study has solutions for businesses struggling to adapt to new tech

    A new study from Wunderman reveals that despite having access to more innovative marketing tools and systems than ever, 72% of companies feel limited by short-term expectations. In a survey created and distributed with Penn Schoen Berland, Wunderman found a wide gap between the ability for companies to identify the challenges of digital transformation and the capacity for them to adopt and benefit from technological and creative investments in sales and marketing.

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