Staff
Apr 15, 2018

Sorrell's full resignation message to WPP: 'Godspeed to all of you'

Sir Martin Sorrell sent this statement to the staff at WPP, following his resignation as chief executive.

To everyone at WPP

For the past 33 years, I have spent every single day thinking about the future of WPP.

Over those decades, our family has grown and prospered.

We welcomed J Walter Thompson, Ogilvy, Young Rubicam,...

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