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Shnoosee Bailey of HeyHuman: my Top Tips for Cannes

Shnoosee Bailey is executive creative director of HeyHuman. Prior to HeyHuman she was ECD at Saatchi & Saatchi X and creative director at Publicis Dialog. My Top Tips for Cannes Once again, we’ve seen some impressive work from the industry ...

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Mat Goff of adam&eveDDB: my Top Tips for Cannes

Mat Goff is joint CEO of adam&eveDDB Top Tips for Cannes Here comes Cannes, our yearly chance to measure the UK creative scene against the rest of the world. So who and what will be flying the flag this time ...

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Iain Hunter of Stack: my Top Tips for Cannes

Iain Hunter is ECD of Stack. My Top Tips for Cannes It’s big, bold, brash, in-your-face Cannes, so I hope the campaigns that win are the ones that nod to the occasion. Ambitious, smart ideas that can be simply sold-in ...

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Leo Burnett Worldwide’s Top Tips for Cannes

Leo Burnett Worldwide has published its 32nd annual Cannes Lions Predictions, a list that forecasts the top 20 contenders for the industry’s most prestigious global awards. The 66th Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity will be held in Cannes, France, ...

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Artefact’s Sarah De Martin: my Top Tips for Cannes

Sarah De Martin is UK managing director of Artefact. Cannes is round the corner and you can almost smell the booze. But amid the general merriment, celebration and industry insight, there’s one part of the sector screaming to be noticed: ...

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Rosapark’s Jean-Francois Sacco: my Top Tips for Cannes

Jean-Francois Sacco is chief creative officer of Rosapark Paris Insta-Novels for the New York Public Library. From an artistic point of view it’s beautiful, simple and pure. But what I love most about it is that it’s an application about ...

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Natalie Cummins of Zenith: my Top Tips for Cannes

Natalie Cummins is CEO of Zenith UK My top picks for Cannes (or rather, just my favourite work right now): Three Mobile ‘Phones are Good’ has gotten back to exactly why we are so in love with our devices. Imagine ...

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