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How a ceramic pig changed my life

Waves of nostalgia wash over me when I see images of the piggy banks that NatWest has resurrected for its children’s account.  In a previous life as (whisper it) an account man at Leo Burnett, I was part of the … Continue reading

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Researcher sought after murder of great creative idea

“Research kills great creative ideas”.  I heard it first when I started work at Leo Burnett in 1981, and hardly a month goes by without it being trotted out once more by some agency figure.  What’s to be done? It’s … Continue reading

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