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The Black Cab Interviews Singapore: Nick Waters - CEO, Dentsu Aegis Network Asia Pacific

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The Black Cab Interviews have flown all the way from London to Singapore just in time for Spikes Asia – Singapore’s Festival of Creativity, in collaboration with Cogs Agency with production support by The Flying Kick Asia and Shooting Gallery Asia.

In the back of a signature London black cab, Michael Tomes, founder of Creativepool, has been cramming in interviews with judges and top speakers for the duration of the three-day festival.

With his super-high-tech plastic yellow spinner, Michael has been asking questions (some nice and some not so nice)

 

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