Saturday, 29 March 2014

JWT plans to buy stake in Social Wavelength in India

WPP on 27th March has announced that its wholly-owned operating company, JWT, the global marketing communications agency will acquire a majority stake in Social Wavelength, one of the media leading social media agencies in India.  
Founded in 2009, Social Wavelength is headquartered in Mumbai, with offices in Delhi and Chennai. The company employs over 170 people and key clients include Franklin Templeton, Apollo Hospitals, Idea Cellular and GE India Industrial.

This acquisition marks a further step in WPP’s strategy of developing its networks in fast-growth markets and sectors. In India, WPP companies (including associates) generate revenues of nearly US$500 million and employ almost 13,000 people.


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