Racheal Lee
Feb 27, 2013

AdPeople Worldwide opens in Tokyo

SINGAPORE - Danish-based AdPeople Worldwide, a member of WPP and part of the Wunderman network, has launched its office in Tokyo.

Emre Gursoy

Led by general manager Kazuhiro Kamigane, its current client engagements include Unilever with digital support for Lux. Operating as a stand-alone network, AdPeople provides digital and social as well as data capabilities, with the tagline “creativity meets efficiency”.

The new office joins an existing office in Shanghai, which opened last year and supports Unilever China with brands such as Pond’s, Clear and Cadillac. The first office in the region was set up in...

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