Rhandell Rubio
Sep 14, 2011

Wunderman and Agenda open Guangzhou offices

CHINA - Wunderman and Agenda has opened the doors to new offices in Guangzhou, bringing the span of the network's offices in China to six locations in three cities.

K2 Chung Tai Kung, managing director, Wunderman and Agenda Guangzhou

The new offices are located in the Tianhe district, at the centre of Guangzhou’s central business district.

Heading the new operations will be K2 Chung Tai Kung, previously managing director of Agenda Beijing. He will relocate to Guangzhou to take on his new role.

Clement Yip, managing director of Wunderman and Agenda China, stressed that it was important for the agency to have a presence in Southern China, in order to...

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