It has been a fabulous ride. But all good things must come to an end.
We have labelled this “the system is failing,” and its effects can most obviously be seen in the election of Donald Trump and the vote for Brexit.
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A version of this post initially appeared on SixtySecondView. Donald Trump is not the least popular President of the United States abroad. Well not just yet. That title is probably still held by George Bush who, thanks to the Iraq war, inspired 11-30 million people onto the streets of 60 countries to protest against him in […]
Times have changed and recently we went out to our community of over 100 planners and asked them what they thought planning did these days.
To the outsider, the voting patterns in South Africa’s recent municipal elections may appear insignificant. For South Africans, the political landscape has changed fundamentally.
Political campaigns have a habit of hot-housing communication techniques that are then adopted by the wider communications industry.
I am an Australian male born in the 70s. A proud dad of two boys, Rupert and Harvey. And happily married to a fabulous lady called Carly.
My social feed is already jammed with pictures and links to the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity and I am more than a little envious of those there and cursing a travel and budget schedule that keeps me away.
A couple of weeks ago in our London office, I was shown a creative campaign about to be pitched to a client. It was perfect in that annoying “I wish I had been part of that” sort of way.
It has become apparent that agencies need to act like product companies as well as service companies and that being both raises new challenges.
Kiwis are not that egalitarian and are positively “European” in matters of Trust, according to the first-ever Edelman Trust Barometer results for New Zealand announced in partnership with our New Zealand affiliate Acumen Republic.
My initial reaction to the Sharapova drug test failure on Facebook was pretty negative. I guess “beauty” in crisis communications is sometimes in the “eye of the beholder.” But how did all of this play out? I thought I would run some numbers on it.