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ADLINKJLS has announced a merger with boutique agency Twenty Twenty Advertising & Marketing.

The merger will add a further $2 million to AdlinkJLS’s total billings and give the agency new resources in the account service area.

“We want to strengthen our resources and we were chasing a couple of people,” AdlinkJLS managing director John Carlson said.

He said the group was seeking a senior account service person to support a push into Asia and the east coast of Australia.

“We also need to make sure we cover the whole integrated gamut,” Mr Carlson said.

While there are no immediate plans to alter the AdlinkJLS name, Mr Carlson didn’t rule out a change sometime in the future.

“The name will stay the same for now but we are looking at another couple of things this year,” he said.

It’s understood Twenty Twenty Advertising & Marketing managing director Nick Harvey will take on a board position at AdlinkJLS and become a shareholder.

Wells at Seven

SEVEN Perth has appointed Stephen Wells to the role of marketing consultant.

Mr Wells is currently a director of V3 Leisure Management and Marketing, however in his previous role as managing director of 303 Mr Wells was account director for the television station.

He worked in that position for 11 years.

Seven Perth director of programming Jamie Martinovich said the station didn’t want to lose Mr Wells’ input simply because he was no longer associated with 303.

“I am delighted Stephen has agreed to continue in a marketing role with Seven Perth,” Seven Perth managing director Chris Wharton said.

“Together with 303 and Merchant and Partners, Stephen Wells will enhance our product image and assist Seven Perth in achieving our long-term goals.”

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