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Mar 12, 2019

Exclusive: Watch Martin Sorrell's Q&A at Campaign360

Front Stage Pass: The executive chairman of S4 Capital answered live questions about past decisions at WPP, his strategy now at S4, his regrets, his digital ad habits and much more. Plus, answers to the questions we didn't have time for at the event.

Front Stage Pass: The executive chairman of S4 Capital answered live questions about past decisions at WPP, his strategy now at S4, his regrets, his digital ad habits and much more. Plus, answers to the questions we didn't have time for at the event.

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