In our Women in Tech blog series, we’re discovering more about the women that contribute every day to making Wunderman Thompson CXM successful. In this blog, we talk to Ditti Stijger-Bacsa, Business Consultant, about her career path, transitioning from client side to agency, and the best things about working at Wunderman Thompson.
Here are 7 evergreen principles to ensure you have the right marketing technology
solution in place.
Fast paced. Flexible. And never a dull moment. This is how Luc Allemand, Senior Project Manager at Wunderman Thompson, describes his role. In this blog, we talk to him more about why he chose to work for one of Europe’s leading digital agencies and how he spends his working day.
Find out how the Rembrandt Association is raising more funds for Dutch museums to buy great artworks with enhanced member management.
In just three months, Wunderman Thompson’s employees raised 2000 euros for Justdiggit by boosting Salesforce certifications. An impossible-to-resist challenge that combined fun with a worthy cause.
Next in our Women in Tech series, we’re meeting Business Consultant, Evy Knol. At Wunderman Thompson, we believe that diversity makes us stronger, and Evy couldn’t agree more. Find out more about her unconventional route into tech, why a role in digital might surprise you, and how sport can help you succeed in the workplace.
Marketing technology performance company, Emark, today announces the agency will rebrand as Wunderman Thompson. This completes Emark’s integration with the global agency network following the acquisition of the business in 2018.
Working at Emark is fun, rewarding, and sometimes challenging. In this blog, we talk to Account Director Peter Smit about what his role entails on a daily basis and why he enjoys working here.
In our series of Women in Tech blogs, we’re celebrating the women that are flourishing in technical roles here at Emark. Meet Patricia Carrasco – marketing technology consultant and keen traveller. In this blog, we talk to Patricia about her career path, how travelling has helped her understand different approaches to solving problems, and setting a good example to get more women excited about roles in tech.
Selling a piece of land in virtual Paris.
Enabling your customers to attend a live K-pop concert from their bedroom.
Exploring user-created planets where your brand NFTs are sold for millions of