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Industry Influencers: Adam Kerj

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Adam Kerj is chief creative officer and MD at Accenture Interactive, Nordics. Having had a long and successful career at global agency level, he's experienced the ups and downs of doing day-to-day client work and believes it's currently the most exciting time to be a creative.

He shares his insight on a range of work-related topics below including thoughts on talent, culture and the pitch he lost but ended up shaping his career.

 

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