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  • Alexandra Rogers

    Alexandra Rogers is new business director and an account director at Wieden+Kennedy London.
  • Andy Law

    Andy Law is the founder of ad agencies St Luke's and The Law Firm, has served on a number of UK government think tanks, chaired sessions at the World Economic Forum in Davos and authored a number of books and articles on breakthrough business thinking, most recently about the impact of the internet. He is chairman of innovation consultancy Fearlessly Frank.
  • Becky Wilkie

    Becky Wilkie is an English Literature graduate striving to uncover the inner workings of the advertising industry; posing as a roaming reporter and working in trade PR. She can otherwise be found playing with her about-to-be famous band Fledglings.
  • David O'Reilly

    David is a former deputy editor of Campaign and writer for a number of leading titles including Management Today and the Sunday Times. He is a partner in The Editorial Partnership.
  • George Parker

    George Parker has spent 40 years on Madison Avenue. He’s won Lions, CLIOs, EFFIES, and the David Ogilvy Award.
    His blog is adscam.typepad.com, which is required reading for those looking for a gnarly view of the world’s second oldest profession.” His latest book, Confessions of a Mad Man, makes the TV show Mad Men look like Sesame Street.
  • Giles Keeble

    Giles Keeble started as a rep (account man) at JWT before moving to BMP. There Stanley Pollitt told him that JWT’s Stephen King had wanted him to become a planner. John Webster encouraged him to become a writer but after a number of years Giles moved to French Gold Abbott and, for a while, did become a planner of sorts. Returning to writing he went to David Abbott’s new agency AMV followed by WCRS and was then ECD of Leo Burnett for six years. He then returned to AMV before moving to Publicis and then Lowe in Hong Kong at the inception of the ‘World’s Local Bank’ campaign for HSBC. He now works as a writer and strategist as well as running advertising courses for senior clients.
  • James Charlton

    James is a politics graduate who has worked in the parliamentary office of two Government ministers, and more recently as a lobbyist for the advertising industry. He is now an aspirant journalist, tweeting at @jamescharlo.
  • Jane Austin

    Jane Austin is the founder and owner of PR agency Persuasion Communications.
  • Jerry Judge

    Jerry Judge is a co-founder of self-styled ‘capitalist collective’ The Fearless Group. Based in New York. Fearless is a new-style agency bringing together senior people from a number of marketing disciplines. Born in London, he has worked in senior management roles in a number of top creative agencies including TBWA, BBH and Lowe in London and Lowe in New York. He then became CEO of Lowe International (now owned by Interpublic) and oversaw the merger of Ammirati Puris Lintas and Lowe in 1999.
  • Lee Sharrock

    Lee Sharrock is the Global Creative PR for Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide, and founder of Lee Sharrock PR, a consultancy for creative industries. She is also a writer and contributes to Creative Mapping, Art India, Art Wednesday, FAD Website and Kilimanjaro. Lee is co-founder of ‘Watch This Space’, an organisation providing curatorial and promotional support for young and emerging artists. She is on the committee of the annual Macmillan De’ Longhi Art Auction, PR Director of Scream gallery in London and press officer of Azerbaijan Pavilion at the 54th La Biennale di Venezia.
  • Michael Lee

    Michael Lee

    Michael Lee is a former ECD of Euro RSCG New York handling Volvo Worldwide. Born in England, he spent 20 years working on integrated accounts including Intel, JP Morgan, ExxonMobil and Jaguar. In 2012 he set up agency search consultancy Madam.
  • Pablo del Campo

    Pablo del Campo is the founder, CEO and executive creative director of Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi. Formed in 2000 the agency has won 31 Cannes Lions and 37 Clio awards. It won the outdoor Grand Prix at 2010's Cannes Lions awards for its invention of a 'teletransporter' soundproof booth for Andes beer drinkers. Pablo is a member of the Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide Creative Board representing Spanish-speaking interests.
  • Paul Simons

    Paul joined Cadbury-Schweppes in brand management and then moved to United Biscuits. He switched to advertising in his late 20s, at Cogent Elliott and then Gold Greenlees Trott. He founded Simons Palmer Denton Clemmow & Johnson in the late 80s, one of the leading creative agencies of the 90s. Simons Palmer then merged with TBWA to create a top ten agency. Paul then joined O&M as chairman & CEO of the UK group. After three years he left to create a new AIM-quoted advertising group Cagney Plc. He is now a consultant to a number of client companies. Paul also shares his thoughts on his blog. Visit Paul Simons Blog.
  • Richard Addis

    Richard Addis has edited two national newspapers, The Daily Express and The Globe and Mail, through periods of major change in two of the most competitive marketplaces in the world. He has also been deputy editor or executive/associate editor on The Daily Mail, The Sunday Telegraph, The Financial Times and The Evening Standard. His international experience includes working or consulting on newspapers in North America, Africa, India and the Middle East. He has experience at many levels of newspapers including editing, reporting, design and board level management. He is currently managing director of Shakeup Media
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  • Stuart Smith

    Stuart Smith is one of the most incisive and knowledgeable commentators on global marketing. He was a long-time editor of Marketing Week during the period when it was the UK's leading marketing, media and advertising specialist publication. Visit Stuart Smith Blog.
  • Tom Ormes

    Tom Ormes is creative director of iris Singapore. He is a former vice president, senior writer at DraftFCB New York.
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