Worldwide Partners Adds Eight More Agencies to Widen and Deepen Global Footprint
Worldwide Partners Inc (WPI), a global network of independent agencies, has added eight new agency partners. These new partners expand WPI to 75 independent agencies in 43 countries and add significantly to its capabilities in Asia, Europe, UK and US. The additions deepen the network’s ability to meet increasing client requests for custom marketing solutions that combine specialization and scale.
The new partners are:
Consciously, a marketing consultancy based in Brooklyn, New York, creates purpose-driven, inclusive marketing platforms for such brands as General Motors, Red Bull, Vitamin Water and Digital.ai.
Mach Media, based in Ghent, Belgium provides marketing and corporate communications for multinational companies focused on making a difference. Clients include AirGo, European Banking Federation, Janssen, Johnson & Johnson and Swift.
Pluto, based in Dublin, Ireland, combines social media, experiential and fast-moving consumer goods marketing for such clients as Audi, Dell and Pladis.
We The People, a social, content and digital communications agency based in Melbourne, Australia, counts among its clients Abbott Laboratories, Bytedance (Tik Tok), Chobani and City of Ballarat.
Lippe Taylor, a New York City-based PR and digital marketing firm whose clients include Ancestry, Lenovo, Revlon and Wayfair.
Twelvenote a boutique PR agency focused on health & wellness across the CPG, food & nutrition, pharma, biotech and aesthetics categories that is part of the Lippe Taylor group.
Sound Healthcare, based in Bridgewater, NJ, provides multichannel healthcare advertising for such clients as Relistor, Noritate, Ruconest and Somavert.
HCB Health, a full-service healthcare advertising agency with offices Austin, Texas and Parsippany, New Jersey supports pharmaceutical and healthcare brands including Aurion Biotech, Medtronic, Obagi Medical and Reata Pharmaceuticals.
“Our new partners escalate Worldwide Partners capabilities in key areas,” said John Harris, CEO of Worldwide Partners. “We now field world-class PR and purpose marketing talent around the world, along with a formidable stable of healthcare marketing agencies. These are three of marketers’ highest-priority skills as they look to create resonant multinational strategies and campaigns.”
WPI operates as a reverse holding company, where the agencies own the network and set its direction. To become a partner, an agency must apply and gain approval from the network. Over the last two years, WPI has refocused its growth strategy to add agencies with complementary capabilities, vertical expertise and geographic location; all partners share a similar collaborative ethos and growth aspiration. The result is a portfolio of the world’s premier independent agencies that offers clients locally powerful marketing on a global scale.
“Clients are looking to handpick marketing expertise by geography, industry vertical, and capability, to address precise business situations,” said Harris. “Agencies are looking to scale their geographic reach, capabilities and knowledge base through collaboration. WPI provides the global, diversified service platform that allows agencies and clients to close critical gaps.”