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We braved the short tube journey to Paddington to spend the afternoon with Roy Barker from Campaign’s Agency of the Decade, adam&eveDDB. Over a cuppa and a pack of bourbons, we discussed all things from production, to ‘fat around the edges’, to the decline in long lunches. Click the link below to find out what Roy had to say to our Principle Consultant, Rachel Lenihan.
London is one of the global capitals for culture and the creative industries sitting alongside the likes of New York, Berlin and Sydney. The sector contributes over £42bn a year to the UK economy and accounts for one in six jobs in the capital, however, only 13% of creative jobs are filled by BAME (Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic) groups. Our consultant Jennifer Twumasi spoke to Paul Bell and Shilpa Sankhe to hear about their experiences of BAME representation within the creative industries.
For most, the Super Bowl is a time to sit down in front of the TV, eat copious amounts of junk food and watch their fellow countrymen give each other brain damage through the medium of a contact sport. For others, it’s all about the adverts. We have rounded up some of the best from Super Bowl LIV – so grab your chips and dips, chuck on an oversized checked shirt and crack open a bud light!
Introducing our '5 Minutes With...' series, where we talk to industry professionals about their thoughts, opions and predicitions for 2020. The first in our series is with the Head of Creative at BNP Paribas Real Estate, Kristian Clarke. Our Motion & Video Consultant, Charlotte Cook, chatted to him about his views on diversity, inclusion and what good recruitment looks like!
In less than 16 days, the big bearded man (Santa, hopefully!) would have been and gone, you’ll have more than likely experienced the most intense food coma of the year and Christmas will be bought to a close with one of your relatives passed out on the sofa snoring like a wildebeest. Until then though, it’s all about the Christmas ads – the UK equivalent to the super bowl where creativity is celebrated (and commiserated) in bucket loads.