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Gokul Krishnamurthy

Managing Editor, Campaign India
'The rebel in me got me where I am': Soho Square India's Anuraag Khandelwal
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'The rebel in me got me where I am': Soho Square India's Anuraag Khandelwal

The disabled label needs to be removed, Soho Square's ECD tells Campaign India.

Cheil's Wain Choi on Samsung's human connection
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Cheil's Wain Choi on Samsung's human connection

The VP and executive global creative director explains its biggest client's move from functional product advertising to "launching people"

Cannes 2015: 6 consumer trends in India you may not know about
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Cannes 2015: 6 consumer trends in India you may not know about

Campaign India's managing editor looks at social media activism, local brands, mobile and more

Cannes 2015: View from India
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Cannes 2015: View from India

Not all the campaigns making a splash in India will trouble the international awards juries, but they are at least indicative of a wind of change blowing through the nation

Cannes 2015: Day one roundup
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Cannes 2015: Day one roundup

From the Campaign family: The Chinese future of social media; Kim Kardashian's brand assets; transparency, privacy and Tinder; and brand lessons from "The Walking Dead."

Cannes 2015: Day 1 roundup
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Cannes 2015: Day 1 roundup

From the Campaign family: The Chinese future of social media; Kim Kardashian's brand assets; transparency, privacy and Tinder; and brand lessons from "The Walking Dead."

Cannes 2015: View from India
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Cannes 2015: View from India

Not all the campaigns making a splash in India will trouble the international awards juries, but they are at least indicative of a wind of change blowing through the nation.

ZenithOptimedia's Abrahams: 'Use purpose to build bigger, longer ideas'
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ZenithOptimedia's Abrahams: 'Use purpose to build bigger, longer ideas'

At Goafest 2015, ZenithOptimedia's worldwide strategic marketing director urged marketers to move from 360 to "365" communication

Lowe's Sokoloff: Moving from 'what we do' to 'what we do it for'
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Lowe's Sokoloff: Moving from 'what we do' to 'what we do it for'

The chairman of Lowe's global creative council underlines the power of advertising to effect change and reflects on rising creativity and recognition for work from different parts of the world

'A lot of folks don't realize that they are planners'
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'A lot of folks don't realize that they are planners'

McCann Worldgroup Global CSO Suzanne Powers weighs in on cultivating planning talent and how "globalization" prompts polarization

Troy Ruhanen: 'The only thing we are entitled to is our next meeting'
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Troy Ruhanen: 'The only thing we are entitled to is our next meeting'

TBWA's global president discusses disruption, New York, and global clients

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