HTW fills chief exec vacancy with Butler

Billings, Claire
July 2006
Campaign;7/7/2006, Issue 27, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that John Butler has been appointed as Harrison Troughton Wunderman's new CEO. Butler, who would replace Martin Troughton was working with TBWA's Disruption Consultancy as its managing director. Butler will be responsible for the operations of run Harrison Troughton Wunderman and Wunderman Interactive. Butler will also work for the integration of Harrison Troughton Wunderman with the rest of the Wunderman network. Butler has also worked as the global account and planning director of the advertising agency Imagination.


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