In lieu of the Covid-19 Pandemic lockdown, and the associated health and safety concerns, this event has been cancelled.

The KING of Public Relations and Advertisement, Martin Sorrell, is our next speaker in collaboration with LSESU Entrepeneurs Society

Martin Sorrell is the founder and CEO of WPP – the world’s largest PR and AD group, both in terms of revenue and in terms of staff. On top of that, Martin is the longest-serving CEO of a FTSE100 company ever, retiring after 33 years, and he has been consistently included in the list of UK’s highest-paid corporate executives. He studied in Cambridge University and Harvard where he was awarded the Harvard Business School’s highest honour, the Alumni Achievement Award.

Join us to learn about the rise of Sorrell as king of PR and Advertising, as well as, his journey to becoming one of the world’s top entrepreneurs!

Spaces are limited, apply for our event as soon as possible!



17 March, 2020 12:00 am


LSE Pankhurst House - PAN G.01


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