Lester Wunderman is chairman emeritus and founder of Wunderman, which he launched in In , he identified, named, and defined. Lester Wunderman, “the father of direct marketing” and quite possibly the smartest “The objective is to be relevant, not to be personal, Wunderman says. Lester Wunderman’s autobiography, Being Direct: Making Advertising Pay, is now available in eBook form and can be purchased for Amazon Kindle, Barnes.
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I suspect that we will see a shift. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Born in a Bronx tenement, Wunderman started his own advertising agency with his older brother inat the age of How we began and the tough times and how we reacted.
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Being Direct: Making Advertising Pay
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How to manage rising CPMs and deliver sales. Consumers are worried about how to use and protect their assets. Wunderman is an advertising legend and the pioneering father of direct marketing. Lester Wunderman—consultant, professor, author and photographer—is chairman emeritus and founder of Wunderman. And I remember that the switch from insecurity to security took a couple of years, but he got it.
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