Couldn’t resist the headline. I was privileged enough tonight to meet with Craig Barrett, Chairman of the Board of Intel Corporation at a private event in Oxford. As some of you know, as well as being passionate about innovation in marketing, I have a personal interest in the education system in the UK. We discussed […]
New Media Age top 100 agencies list for 2008 released. Reached the heady heights of 5th in scale in top marketing focused digital agencies. Not too bad really. Congrats to everyone at Bankside. And commiserations to everyone else.
Well done everyone who came to Ad Tech to hear the panel sessions. MRM Worldwide Session One – “can brands be friends” – with a great panel discussing some pretty hairy topics around where advertising is going, and how the always on consumer leads us to need always on brand communication strategies. Can brands be […]
Interesting article reflecting on a comment made by the ever-critical, ever-defensive Michael Grade. “The history of the modern media age is littered with casualties of people who believed in technology rather than content.” What utter guff. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2008/sep/22/michaelgrade.googlethemedia
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At this years EMEA Marketing & Media Awards at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 11th September, Intel EMEA won BEST USE OF WEB category for its first pan EMEA social networking campaign INTEL POWERS MUSIC. Short listed against campaigns from Adidas, Hilton International, Nokia, Sony Ericsson and UPS, Intel was recognised for driving preference amongst […]
Following on from the fifth most popular Cannes Seminar in 2008 featuring Facebook and MySpace which you can see here, one’s on stage again at ADTECH LONDON with Mark Cridge from Glue London and Isobar, George Bryant from Brooklyn Brothers, Anthony Lukom from MySpace, Shaun Gregory from Blyk and Steve Henry, of HHCL and TBWA […]