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Nov 27, 2018

Wunderman Thompson: Our favourite reactions

The latest adland merger has provoked responses both serious and snarky.

Wunderman Thompson: Our favourite reactions

You heard weeks ago that WPP would be merging J Walter Thompson and Wunderman. And now it's reality, as the company announced overnight the creation of Wunderman Thompson, which will be led by Mel Edwards, global chief executive of Wunderman.

Official sources are mum on the impact and leadership structure in APAC, so as we work to get that story, we thought we'd share some of the best reactions to last night's news we've seen. 

The merger has also given us the chance to imagine several other agency mergers... once you've suspended your faculties of belief, please vote for your favourite in our Twitter poll

All in the family...

 

 

The name game...

 

 

 

 


Can we be serious for a minute?

 

 

But tell us how you really feel...

 

 

 

 


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