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As an industry, we would thrive a lot more if we had one voice: JWT’s Dhunji Wadia

18-July-2009
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As an industry, we would thrive a lot more if we had one voice: JWT’s Dhunji Wadia

“As an industry, we would thrive a lot more if we had one voice when it came to important issues like agency remuneration, pitch fees, even awards. And I am not talking about the ‘fly-by-night’ operators here, but the big guns of advertising. I’m sure everyone has issues. But I’d rather work with the system and address these issues than become a rebel,” says Dhunji Wadia, Managing Partner, JWT Mumbai.

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