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JWT goes back to its old logo

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JWT goes back to its old logo

JWT has announced it will henceforth be called J. Walter Thompson India and will be returning to its old logo.

The agency, headquartered in New York, creates solutions that build enduring brands and businesses. JWT says it strives to do the same by reaffirming what it means to be one of the longest-standing and most respected agencies in the world.

The agency entered the Indian market way back in 1929. In India, JWT looks after the creatives of clients such as Nestle, PepsiCo, Airtel, Nokia, GSK, Nike, Godrej and Intel.

Last month, JWT had launched Mirum, a global company uniting 11 digital agencies spanning 17 countries and 40 offices.

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