LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wunderman London continues its expansion with the appointment of Marcus Reynolds as strategy director. Reynolds will lead strategy on the Microsoft and Jaguar accounts, reporting to chief strategy officer Richard Dunn. He begins immediately.
“Marcus has a wealth of experience working at some of London’s top agencies across a variety of blue-chip brands. His knowledge and passion for all things digital will be a massive asset going forward,” said Dunn.
Reynolds was most recently global digital strategy director at Ogilvy & Mather, leading digital strategy across Philips’ consumer portfolio.
Prior to that he was digital strategy director at Fallon where he spearheaded integrated campaigns including KODA “Puzzle” and Cadbury “Spots.” Reynolds has also consulted for AKQA, Proximity and Karmarama, and served as head of planning at Publicis Dialog from 2006 to 2008.
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