Staff Reporters
Mar 19, 2020

Agency Report Card 2019: Wavemaker

Wavemaker sees 2019 as the first full year it was able to buckle down and focus on growth after two years of transitioning to its new identity. But was it successful?

Where 2017 and 2018 were transitional years for Wavemaker—as it adjusted to its new status as an amalgamation of MEC and Maxus and the pains that can come with a merger—its leadership sees 2019 as

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