FAQsWhat services does WPP offer?
WPP is the world leader in communications services. Putting data-driven insight, technology and, above all, creativity at the heart of what we do, we use our global network of talent and expertise to provide strategic communications services that deliver results for our clients.
Our capabilities include: digital, ecommerce & shopper marketing; advertising; media investment; data & insight; public relations & public affairs; brand consulting; and health & wellness communications. For further details of the agencies that deliver our services, view our companies.
Where can I find news from WPP and its agencies?
Visit our media pages for the latest news from WPP. To view a selection of the best and latest work, insights, viewpoints and initiatives from across WPP, visit our Featured pages.
For financial information, results, presentations and reports, please view our investors section.
Where can I find a list of WPP companies?
Visit our companies to explore our network of agencies.
If you are considering using WPP or our companies to provide you with communications services, please contact our new business team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In how many countries do you operate?
WPP has a global network of talent and expertise operating in 112 countries.
How do I find out about career opportunities within WPP?
To learn about working at WPP and its agencies, and for information about our Fellowship schemes, visit our careers section or email email@example.com. Alternatively, contact companies direct using our company directory.
What does “WPP” stand for?
“WPP” stems from “Wire and Plastic Products”, a manufacturer of wire baskets that was used as a vehicle for the acquisitions through which the company was originally built.
How did WPP start?
WPP was established as a marketing services group in 1986 by Sir Martin Sorrell. Since then, the company has grown to become the world leader in communications services.