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The evolution of leadership: how Jacinda Ardern changed the game

Why New Zealand's prime minister was a true disruptor.

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Wednesday: cultural phenomenon or creative red flag?

Why we should all be wary of the current Netflix content model, and not just because of an imminent goth

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Recession-safe planning will be the downfall of media progress

Advertisers must avoid the temptation of monthly re-plans and short-termism if they want to come out of the recession stronger.

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A leader's most important job today is making employees feel that they matter

Our people are our biggest asset. But how do we let them know that?

Sebastian Munden speaking at Campaign's year ahead breakfast briefing

This year, everyone must support advertising’s drive to Net Zero

There are five things that should be on every company's sustainability to-do list for this year, the chair of Ad

Ian Whittaker

Investor view: Reasons to be optimistic about advertising in 2023

Structural factors mean adland is in reasonably good shape to weather any cyclical downturn.

Jeremy Bullmore

‘A fine gentle man’: a tribute to Jeremy Bullmore by Martin Sorrell

Jeremy Bullmore, who has died at the age of 93, worked for JWT and then WPP for seven decades. Sir

James Wilde

Agencies should place greater stock on retaining clients

Retaining a client can be more difficult and rewarding than winning a new account, especially during challenging times. At Wavemaker,

Rebecca Bezzina

Hybrid working has led to distributed creativity – how do you make it successful?

R/GA London's senior vice president, managing director writes that change takes time as we have muscle memory of a now

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Web3’s second wave

Web3 is far from a busted flush, writes David Pemsel, who explains what the second wave of its evolution will


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