Campaign US’ Andrew Galak talks to Marketing magazine’s Gemma Charles and James Swift of Campaign in the UK, about day three at Cannes Lions 2015.
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Atifa Silk of Campaign Asia interviewed B. Bonin Bough, senior vice-president of Mondelez International at Cannes Lions 2015.
Keith Weed, chief marketing officer for Unilever, spoke to Rachel Barnes, editor of Marketing about artificial intelligence.
Tham Khai Meng, worldwide chief creative officer for Ogilvy & Mather, told Campaign the danger of attending some seminars at Cannes Lions is that you’re not in a creative conference.
Despite this, he added there are pockets of the event that have real sparks, and that our industry needs more of those.
Tham Khai Meng, worldwide chief creative officer for Ogilvy & Mather, says the work at Cannes always rises through, like cream rises to the top.
He added every year he has returned to Cannes Lions there’s always something new that you haven’t thought of before.
Chuck Brymer, global chief executive of DDB Worldwide, talked to Campaign magazine at Cannes Lions 2015.
He said delegates and the industry as a whole are still talking about great ideas and making sure they work in whatever environment they need to.
PRWeek US editor-in-chief Steve Barrett talks to Weber Shandwick global CEO Andy Polansky about what the Cannes Lions means to him, how PR has been “elevated” in recent times, and what he’s looking forward to seeing at the festival.
Rachel Barnes, editor of Marketing magazine, interviewed Keith Weed, chief marketing officer for Unilever at Cannes Lions 2015.
Weed discussed the importance of marketers attending the Cannes Lions Festival, whether the event allows these individuals to do much business here and connect with others, and the big themes from Cannes Lions 2015.
In part two of Campaign’s interview with Damian Kulash of OK Go and Ted Mico, chief operating officer at MirriAd, the pair discuss the ways they aim to keep creative integrity when brands want to push their own messages, as well as their latest projects.
Atifa Silk, brand director, Campaign Asia interviews Stephen Chang, senior executive VP, Tencent.