BARRY KESSEL: Wunderman

Wunderman has made a series of high-level promotions. BARRY KESSEL takes on a global role as chief client development officer to help U.S.-centric companies grow their business globally. Kessel was previously head of the New York office. STEVE ZAMMARCHI, who led Wunderman Chicago for the past seven years, returns to Wunderman New York as its president. Lastly, RICK SCHREUDER, who has been with Wunderman for eight years, has been promoted to president, Wunderman Chicago. He was the agency’s client lead on the Burger King business and served as director of client services since 1999.
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