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Jun 12, 2018

TBWA announces consultancy offering

New service is open to clients in Singapore and Japan and will roll out to other markets through the year.

Ian Pearman

TBWA Asia has announced plans to roll out Disruption Consulting in APAC.

The new service is now open to clients in Singapore and Japan and will roll out to other markets over the course of this year.

The unit aims to solve commercial problems and drive growth, using a consulting model driven by data and consumer insight, while using proprietary cultural analytics techniques to identify emerging behaviours and trends impacting clients’...

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