Interview with Rosa Rolo – Director, Major Players

Interview with Hugh Robertson – Founder & CEO, RPM

Interview with Karen Blackett OBE – Chairwoman, MediaCom

Interview with Josh Krichefski – CEO, MediaCom

The impacts of alcohol – “I now find myself completely neutral to alcohol”

Anonymous  I chose a career in the media industry based upon the simple fact that my girlfriend at the time, who worked in a media agency while I was finishing my final year at university, frequently spoke about these boozy lunches and jollies that she was often invited to. In hindsight, I can now see...
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A journey to mindfulness

Word by Uzma Afridi, Head of careers, NABS As I enter the tube station, listening to my Ibiza playlist, thinking about what to have for dinner. I remember a text I need to respond to. The weekend is approaching, I see an email pop up and I go into panic mode. Momentarily I contemplate Anthony...
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Ride Adland 2017

NABS Fast Forward week4: Loz Horner on Insights, Strategy and Briefing

Words by Richard Smith, client director at Maxus and Fast Forward mentor We are now in week four of NABS Fast Forward 2017; the half way stage. So, on the final straight, it is great timing for this week’s guest presenter(s) from Lucky Generals. Laurence (AKA Loz) Horner, Strategist, has been a regular speaker talking...
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Introducing our new brand

Today we are delighted to announce the launch of NABS’ new brand, alongside the relaunch of our Ambassador’s Programme, with a fabulous new recruitment campaign created by our agency, Fold7. A line. At NABS, we always open with a question; one which reflects our core values – from being accessible and impartial, to showing heartfelt...
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NABS Fast Forward 2017 week 3: Verica Djurdjevic on Connections

Words by James Stevens, director of digital design at Sky and Fast Forward mentor People don’t give a shit about advertising. That’s how Verica Djurdjevic opened her talk at week three of this year’s NABS Fast Forward Programme. Hardly the inspiring words young adlanders should hear, surely? Wrong. It’s exactly what they should hear: because...
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