The June Issue in print: How to start an agency and Nine's Hugh Marks

By AdNews | 7 June 2017

The June issue of AdNews hits desks this week. Here's your snapshot. You can subscribe to the print edition or download a digital version here. This content won't appear online, it's exclusive to the magazine, so the only way to read it is to get a copy - don't miss it.

This issue features the coveted 2017 AdNews Agency Map, brought to you by AdNews and WPP AUNZ. If you subscirbe you'll get one - or you can order one by emailing Paul Carroll or calling AdNews subscriptions on 1800 807 760.

Our cover feature 'Lessons to launch an agency' explores the ins and outs of starting an agency as there's been a flurry of new shops of late. Hear from Adam Ferrier, Jim Ingram and Ben Couzens who just launched Thinkerbell, the founders of Ugly and 72&Sunny, plus lessons from those who have made it work including Jules Hall who launched The Hallway 10 years ago.

AdNews in print: June

We've got highlights from the Media + Marketing Summit Sydney: Ritson, Google, News Corp, Visa, IAG and more.

In The Profile journalist Arvind Hickman sits down with Nine CEO Hugh Marks. Marks was tasked with turning around the network 18 months ago, he bares all.AdNews in print: June

In Agenda, we look at the out of home ad market. Three Ds are driving outdoor advertising – data, digital and dynamic creative.

The Big Question asks if we need more media laws in Australia.

In The Work we take a look under the hood of Samsung and Leo Burnett’s Pocket Patrol.

Creative Focus has its eye on Cannes, and asks what’s it really about? Stolen awards, footballers and tube-riding?AdNews in print: June

We Meet the Team at Nicole Sheffield’s News DNA team, which is driving digital at News Corp.

We ask the average Joe what they make of Menulog's latest ads. Are people buying what Jeff Goldblum is selling?

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