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McDonald's urge India to go offline

Leo Burnett India has launched a new campaign for McDonald's that urges people to “Share some quality offline moments” away from the distractions of the online world, and engage in more meaningful and less family time together at McDonald's. The...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Amazon take the Kindle to India

Amazon are launching its first campaign in India for the Kindle Paperwhite, with the aim of finally making e-reading acceptable in India. The campaign from Leo Burnett agency Orchard Advertising, focuses on a 3-minute digital film called...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

KV 'Pops' Sridhar to join SapientNitro as chief creative officer

It was announced last week that KV Sridhar, the erstwhile chief creative officer for Leo Burnett in India who is affectionately known as 'Pops' by his friends and co-workers, will be taking the CCO post at SapientNitro, the interactive marketing,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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McCann Erickson bring little joys to life with a new Coca-Cola campaign

Coca-Cola has teamed up with global McCann Erickson World Group advertising agency and esteemed director Anurag Kashyap to launch a new campaign in India that seeks to give a refreshing twist to the brand image in the region. The 'Choti ho ya badi,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Are creative people undervalued?

by John Fountain. Welcome to 2013 and to the same old furies. Have you seen the survey on industry salaries published last week in Creative Review? What gets my goat is the findings. Particularly with the question "Are you earning the right...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Ogilvy & Mather to help Diu & Daman sell itself as a tourism destination

Diu & Daman is looking to promote itself as a viable tourist destination with the help of Ogilvy & Mather, who will be leading the branding blitz for the Indian Union territory, which is located near Gujaret's coastline. Diu is an island situated a...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Gitta Gschwendtner's Fabric of India opens at the V&A

Acclaimed furniture, interior and exhibition designer Gitta Gschwendtner has created a unique new spatial design for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Fabric of India exhibition, which uses yarn to help house and tell the story of around 200...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Major managerial shake up at Ogilvy & Mather India

Yesterday, a new management structure was announced for Ogilvy & Mather India, which will be effective from the 1st of March. Amongst other moves, the restructuring will see Kunal Jeswani promoted to CEO and Hufrish Birdy to CFO. According to Ogilvy...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Coca-Cola – bringing cross-border smiles to India and Pakistan

I recently read that if the average person was lucky enough to be granted three wishes by a genie, the number one choice was actually “world peace” rather than “a massive amount of money”. Presumably “an infinite number...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Inspiration

The Cobra Effect: What could possibly go wrong?

I’ve always been fascinated by the Cobra Effect. As a marketeer who works with clients to change perceptions around brands or products, understanding human behaviour is essential. But people are unpredictable and often things that should...

Posted by: The 10 Group
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Following the flow of creativity - #MemberSpotlight

If there is one kind of creative professionals out there who could talk endlessly about flow, that is the pros in production. Filmmakers like David Cerqueiro focus entire careers about the beauty of flowing images, and that's what makes their style...

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How Nigel Harniman makes the average look extraordinary - #MemberSpotlight

If there is one key takeout that you could gain by Nigel Harniman, it is the delightfully provocatory advice (which we love) to not become a prostitute to the business. It's quite easy to get lost in a race to the bottom and only reason in terms of...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Industry

When will the industry recover from the COVID-19 crisis?

Being one of the world’s largest creative communities, Creativepool is in a unique position to understand to what extent the creative industry is recovering from the COVID-19 outbreak. We had the power to make a difference by asking about the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Industry

Most freelancers will need nearly a year to recover from the COVID crisis

Being one of the world’s largest creative communities, Creativepool is in a unique position to understand to what extent the creative industry is recovering from the COVID-19 outbreak. We had the power to make a difference by asking about the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Industry

75% of the industry will keep supporting remote working post-pandemic

Being one of the world’s largest creative communities, Creativepool is in a unique position to understand to what extent the creative industry is recovering from the COVID-19 outbreak. We had the power to make a difference by asking about the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Malcolm Poynton on why you should nurture your ambitions

"It’s always incredibly exciting to build creative teams and inspire them to achieve things greater than they ever expected." Malcolm Poynton is a leader many professionals in the industry would envy. Grown up in New Zealand with sports and...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Rishi Sunak Strikes Again

If there is one MP that has arguably benefitted from the COVID-19 pandemic (at least as far as political capital is concerned), it’s Rishi Sunak. This is a man who, at the start of the year, was only really known to those of us that watch...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

The systematic lenses of Gasper De Souza

Some creatives fear process. This is not the case of videographer, editor and writer Gasper De Souza. Born in Mumbai and now living in Goa, India, Gasper's creative process is structured and organised, filled with little tricks and tips that make...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

The Heartwarming Illustrations of Izabela Ciesinska

It's always surprising to realise how much you can learn about a creative by just looking at their work. When we look at Izabela Ciesinska's illustrations, we see warmth, passion, affection and love for art and family. We see an interest in...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

3 in 4 small businesses will be forced to shut down by September

Being one of the world's largest creative communities, Creativepool is in a unique position to understand how the creative industry is struggling in self-isolation for the Coronavirus lockdown. We had the power to make a difference by asking about...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

50% of creative freelancers won't survive more than 3 months

Being one of the world's largest creative communities, Creativepool is in a unique position to understand how the creative industry is struggling in self-isolation for the Coronavirus lockdown. We had the power to make a difference by asking about...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

90% of the creative industry is working from home

Being one of the world's largest creative communities, Creativepool is in a unique position to understand how the creative industry is struggling in self-isolation for the Coronavirus lockdown. We had the power to make a difference by asking about...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Industry

Creativepool Annual Spotlight: The humble artistry of Chris Shaw

A talented animator with a unique style and vision we caught up with Chris Shaw recently to discuss his award-winning project “The Crossing,” which claimed the People’s Choice award for Animation in last year’s Creativepool...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Great customer experience adds value and makes our lives better

A conversation with David Shulman, chief experience officer of VMLY&R on how his recent visit to India shaped his opinions on the significance of customer expereince. The often-ignored subject of customer experience is gradually becoming an...

Posted by: David Shulman
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Leaders

Colour - It's Personal (using orange in graphic design)

In my professional life, colour has, of course, played a key part in my work, whether it be graphic design (for professional services, education or publishing); photography; or fine art - colour rules. So, if colour is personal - and it is - how can...

Posted by: Alan
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Leaders

How to visualise the fear of public speaking

Pritam Biswas, of The Commas, is the artist behind the design of Speechless, a pocket-guide to public speaking and effective communication that was launched last year. If you work in the creative industries and have ever been at a loss for words...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

7 major trends from Cannes Lions 2019

Now the dust has settled after another busy Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, it's time to take stock of some of the trends from this year's event. Here're seven major themes we observed at thenetworkone... Ugly sells I’ve...

Posted by: thenetworkone
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Leaders

Reviewing Cannes Lions 2019: Who won what and why?

Each year, after the Cannes Lions festival, thenetworkone takes a few days to reflect on the events and look for the key themes and patterns which emerge. Here is our take on Cannes 2019. At its heart, Cannes is an awards festival. A little like the...

Posted by: Julian Boulding

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