Williams Lea launches global corporate agency hunt

A business outsourcing company has launched a hunt for a global corporate agency, as it looks to boost its image following an acquisition.

Williams Lea outsourcing: used by businesses around the world
Williams Lea outsourcing: used by businesses around the world
Williams Lea, which offers business process outsourcing to large companies including mail processing and printing services, has launched the agency hunt.

The company, which is owned by Deutsche Post, has appointed Oyster Catchers to handle the search, which has come back to the client with a number of suggested agencies.

The news follows Williams Lea’s acquisition of Tag last year, which provides marketing and production services.

The process is being led by global marketing director Lesley Lindberg.

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