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PAUL WILMOT DIGITAL: Paul Wilmot Communications will now offer an expanded range of digital services, thanks to a partnership with agency Boss32. Paul Wilmot, managing partner and chief executive officer, said that although Boss32 already worked with the firm in terms of helping clients digitally through a dedicated digital department, his company will now provide more social media support, community management and site building options. “We wanted to be able to offer this [additional] menu of services — like building out a site all the way to e-commerce,” Wilmot told WWD, adding that video will play an even larger role. The two parties will operate on a revenue sharing model, with clients having the choice to sign on via retainer or project basis, depending on scope of work.