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WPP Plc Takes 30% Stake In Richard Attias & Associates - Quick Facts

WPP plc (WPP.L,WPPGY) announced it is taking a 30% stake in Richard Attias & Associates, forming partnership with one of the world's most influential strategic consultants.

WPP CEO Martin Sorrell said, "By building this partnership with global influencer Richard Attias, WPP confirms its strategy to support countries to brand their nations and corporations to have access to faster growing markets. Our ambition is to create together with Richard a world champion in the field of strategic communication, international conferences and global action oriented events."

Public sector clients of Richard Attias & Associates have included the African Development Bank, Bahrain, Brazil, China, Dubai, France, Gabon, Jordan, Morocco, Qatar, Senegal, South Africa, Tunisia, UAE, UK, United Nations and the US.

by RTT Staff Writer

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