Tag Archives: Wunderman Thompson

Wunderman Thompson makes model debut for KitKat

KitKat has always been one of the JWT’s most famous clients, now owned by Nestle and, before that, the late lamented Rowntrees. But it isn’t JWT any more it’s Wunderman Thompson so it’s pretty important that the (fairly) newly-minted WPP ...

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Wunderman Thompson’s global debut for Duracell shows early promise

This is a big one for the (relatively) newly minted Wunderman Thompson, its debut global campaign for Duracell since winning the business back in April. Duracell, once in the P&G fold, is now owned by Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway, which ...

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Asleep at your desk? No, a Wunderman Thompson power nap

Working for Wunderman Thompson must be stressful at times (more so its two constituent agencies just before the WPP merger) and so the newly-minted UK agency is introducing 15-minute “wellbeing” breaks. As ever with these things there’s a programme to ...

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Ellis leaves Wunderman Thompson, more top level departures are surely on the cards

Wunderman UK ECD Abi Ellis (left) has resigned from the agency after a disciplinary investigation. The investigation, first reported by Campaign in December, was triggered after a Wunderman employee made a complaint via WPP’s confidential Right to Speak helpline. As ...

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Who’s to blame for demise of famous creative agencies?

We don’t think anyone expected 2018 to turn out quite like this: JWT disappearing into Wunderman, Y&R into VML (not that many people knew what VML was in January) and Sir Martin Sorrell departing WPP in acrimonious circumstances, to do ...

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