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Q&A with Sir Martin Sorrell

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13:15 PM | 30 January 2012
by Adam Oldfield
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If you're looking to work in the advertising/marketing industry in any shape or form - the creative, account, planning, business, technical, production side of things this Q&A with Sir Martin Sorrell is crucial viewing. It's filled with insights and stories from the advertising veteran.

If you're looking to work in the advertising/marketing industry in any shape or form - the creative, account, planning, business, technical, production side of things this Q&A with Sir Martin Sorrell is crucial viewing. It's filled with insights and stories from the advertising veteran.

He talks about his experiences, setting up WPP (buying Ogilvy and JWT), managing people and what he expects to happen in the future. He even gives out his email address.

TELL Series, Sir Martin Sorrell, 19/05/11 from TELL Series on Vimeo.

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