Oliver McAteer
Apr 16, 2019

WPP: One year on from Martin Sorrell's reign

Here's what industry insiders have to say about the holding company's extremely turbulent year following the shock exit.

It’s been one year since Martin Sorrell’s reign at WPP came to a sudden and still to this day, mysterious end.

His successor, Mark Read, has wasted no time in radically changing the landscape with mass consolidation, a rebranding and creation of new roles filled with top talent like Laurent Ezekiel, who slides into the newly created role of chief marketing and growth officer after a stint at Publicis as North America and international president...

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