Interviews

Andy Last, CEO, MullenLowe salt

Purpose has arguably fast become the most overused and misunderstood term in advertising. However, Andy Last, CEO of MullenLowe salt is determined to prove that tackling social issues can drive business growth.

By Izzy Ashton

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Caroline Casey, Founder, The Valuable 500

As the Founder of The Valuable 500, Caroline Casey is spearheading a business revolution on disability inclusion and she needs brands to get on board.

By Nicola Kemp

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Rebecca Smith, Executive Director of Women’s Game, COPA90

COPA90 is redefining what it means to be a modern media brand and paving a trail for equality and creativity.

By Izzy Ashton

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Dr Rebecca Swift, Global Head of Creative Insights, Getty Images

As a driving force in the ground-breaking Project #ShowUs, Rebecca Swift is successfully changing the visual narrative of advertising.

By Nicola Kemp

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Jae Hopkins, Sales & Marketing Director, Eurotunnel

With Brexit looming large on consumer consciousness the marketing landscape for Eurotunnel is complex. Yet the brand is pushing ahead with a positive positioning.

By Izzy Ashton

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Sarah Hesz, Founder, Mush

New business provided the perfect launch pad for Sarah Hesz to revolutionise the way mums connect with each other. From scaling a start-up to challenging the narrative around motherhood in advertising, Mush is a brand to watch.

By Nicola Kemp

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Emma Perkins, Head of LEGO Agency EMEA

Busting the myth of the ‘boring’ in-house creative and championing the next generation of female creative leaders, Emma Perkins lifts the lid on the future of creative work and the importance of mentoring.

By Nicola Kemp

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Mark Cripps, CMO, The Economist

It would be all too easy for a 176-year-old-brand like The Economist to wallow in marketing nostalgia. But as the inclusive marketing revolution taking place at the brand underlines, its CMO is not looking to stand still.

By Izzy Ashton

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Tamara Ingram, Chairman, Wunderman Thompson

Merging the world’s oldest ad agency with digital network Wunderman is no simple challenge. Yet as clients increasingly demand a seamless integration between data and creativity Tamara Ingram, Chairman at Wunderman Thompson lifts the lid on the challenges ahead.

By Izzy Ashton

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Simon Gunning, CEO, CALM

“Telling the truth is very liberating”: Simon Gunning on how creativity can change culture.

By Izzy Ashton

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Mark Runacus MBE, Co-Founder, Wax/On

When it comes to advertising leaders shaping culture beyond the realms of the industry there are few better examples than Mark Runacus, who as chair of PrideAM has led the creative charge pushing for better LGBT+ representation.

By Izzy Ashton

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Carel Neuberg, Co-Founder, Marie-Stella-Maris

In an era in which brands are being accused of ‘woke-washing’, Marie-Stella Maris is an example of what a brand can be when purpose lies at the heart of its customer-proposition.

By Izzy Ashton

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Richard Miles, Creative Director, Therapy

As an active member of PrideAM, Richard Miles is on the vanguard of a new breed of creatives ensuring greater representation and cultural currency in advertising.

By Izzy Ashton

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Sinéad Gray, Managing Partner, Kindred

As part of Kindred’s all female management team, Sinéad Gray is at the forefront of a new wave of creative leaders reimagining the creative workplace of the future.

By Izzy Ashton

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Rania Robinson, CEO & Managing Partner, Quiet Storm

“I got very comfortable with feeling uncomfortable from a very young age.”

By Izzy Ashton

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