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17 May 2013
They’re the independent that few brands don’t want to work with, and their cachet just became much greater after winning the top gong at the AdNews awards. so what’s next? Damian Francis sits down with three of the partners, Justin Drape, Scott Nowell and Mark Green.
Eyewear giant Luxottica is moving ahead of the curve to future-proof its business with a company-wide ‘omni- channel’ strategy. Unnecessary? Premature? Not according to Anthea Muir, who says the group is not waiting for the bricks-and-mortar business to flounder before jumping on the digital horse. Paul McIntyre reports.
Music streaming service Spotify celebrates its first birthday in the Australian market next week. Kate Vale talks to Frank Chung about music, brands and travelling vans.
03 May 2013
As the reality TV season kicks into high gear, Damian Francis explains his confusion in more than 140 characters.
The global RockCorps project is making sound waves around the world. Paul McIntyre talks to the former private equity guy turned chief executive, Stephen Greene.
The former mobile king hit bedrock, but it’s shaping up to begin the climb. Damian Francis spoke to managing director Matthew Ball.
He’s learning Italian, designing a garden in the country, runs daily, has five teenagers and, oh yeah, leads a creative department. DDB Melbourne’s Darren Spiller sits down with Wenlei Ma.
The Economist is one of the longest-serving magazines in history. Now it’s pushing into a digital, paywalled world and has Australia in its sights. Damian Francis gets the bottom line from Inez Albert.
19 Apr 2013
As the cold weather closes in, the TV networks have pulled on the heavyweight boxing gloves earlier than expected, writes Damian Francis.
One of the surprise breakout campaigns last year was metro’s ‘dumb ways to die’ by McCann – metro marketer Chloe Alsop is understandably ecstatic with its success. She reveals how it came about and what’s in store for the future of the brand to Damian Francis.
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