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Understanding the importance of trust

When I joined the advertising business, there was a new buzzword called ‘marketing’. Few knew what it meant. At Ogilvy & Mather, where my career was born, we had a guy – yes, one person in the whole agency – … Continue reading

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Do we face the apocalypse – or are we in it?

Last week, as part of a creative project containing First World War themes, I was privileged to meet the writer Nicholas Mosley. Before we met, I researched Mosley’s fascinating  life. I did not have time to read his eighteen novels, but … Continue reading

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An upstream creative solution to the Banking crisis

  If, as discussed last week, the Eurozone is a mish-mash of politics and economics, then the banking crisis is even more of a hot potato.   On the one hand, the word ‘bank’ comes fraught with vitriol. On the … Continue reading

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An upstream creative solution to the Euro crisis

  We are surrounded by news of the Eurozone. But what positive solutions have we offered by way of Big Society neighbourly help? Or have we just covered our own backsides? I am proud that our country punches above its weight … Continue reading

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