WPP is continuing its string of recent digital acquisitions by buying a majority stake in U.K.-based Web design and development agency HeathWallace.
The company has strong links with the banking sector, with clients including HSBC, the Royal Bank of Scotland and Dutch bank ABN Amro. It currently employs 60 staff, working out of offices in Reading, U.K. and Hong Kong.
The buy represents the third digital acquisition by WPP over the past week, although there’s still no word on the rumored Spot Runner purchase.
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