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  • The Great British Diversity Experiment has begun.

    Posted by on January 13, 2016

    Monday evening saw hundreds gather at Google HQ for the launch of The Great British Diversity Experiment. The GBDE seeks to prove that diversity leads to better solutions, experience and ultimately a better world. Participants formed by diverse individuals according to gender, ethnicity, age and socio-economic backgrounds attended the event. Karen Blackett, chairwoman of Mediacom
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  • SXSW re-run x2

    Posted by on March 25, 2014

    Missed SXSW 2014? Our Executive member Gareth Jones (DigitasLBi) was there and he’s put together this re-run of key trends and insider advice for newbies and old-hands alike. Gareth says: It’s become something of a cliché to talk about the disruptive power of technology, but this doesn’t make it any less of a truism. And
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  • SXSW re-cap: breakfast briefing take outs

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    With Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Sir Tim Berners-Lee on the bill for SXSW 2014, privacy and internet freedom were always going to be high on the agenda. Gareth James (Chief Creative Officer at TMW), who spoke first at our breakfast briefing last week, distilled this by saying that SXSW 2014 had a more serious
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  • Joseph Jaffe at SxSW

    Posted by on April 5, 2011

    Joseph Jaffe launched his new book “Flip The Funnel” at SXSW (Austin, Texas) last month. The book is supposed to help digital agencies, marketing folk and brands reassess how they do business online (and offline). Jaffe is a marketing wizard and hailed as one of the most sought-after consultants, speakers and thought leaders on new
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  • A summary of Mark Zuckerberg’s interviews at SXSW

    Posted by on March 11, 2008

    The most interesting conversation to come out of SXSW for me was Sarah Lacy’s unfortunate interview with Mark Zuckerberg. Paul Carr (by the way, welcome to Twitter Paul!) captured the moment succinctly Sarah Lacy (SL): “Thank you – thank you all so much. Now let’s hear it for this guy – Mark Zuckerberg everyone! So,
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  • Crowdsourcing for Creatives Derek Powazek

    Posted by on March 10, 2008

    Key learning: Community is Grown not built. “building community” is for architects not online. Read the wisdom of crowds. And build the tools people can use and trust them to use appropriately. Oldtimers may remember Fray from very old web.  Derek started it in 1996 as a live story telling site.  Each story ended with
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  • Book Reading: The Age of Engage: Reinventing Marketing for Today’s Connected, Collaborative, and Hyperinteractive Culture

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    [I only caught the end of this talk because I got lost trying to find a way up to the 4th level from the 3rd (don't ask it really did happen!) and Dierdre Walsh was sitting by the door and sent me her notes. Cheers, Dierdre] Overview: Marketers can no longer interrupt users with advertisements
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  • Online Advertising for Newbies: SXSW panel

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    Heath Row – Doubleclick – as a blogger he wants to do more for small companies Darren Rowse – ProBlogger has a book coming out “ProBlogger Secrets for Blogging” Wendy Piersal – E Moms at Home, an internet magazine Jim Benton – VP sales for AdBrite Rett Clevenger – Backcountry.com online marketing mgr incl affiliate
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  • South by South West – Interactive conference, Austin TX

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    I am in the US at the SXSW conference. It is huge. There are such a large number of different events that I am having to pick and choose quite carefully. Iwill blog in full the sessions that might appeal to the BIMA audience, and just link to others with a more ‘general’ interest. The
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