Matthew Miller
Jun 5, 2017

Why on earth would you name your agency 'Thinkerbell'?

The just-launched Melbourne agency claims to blend science and creativity because the "Trust me, I'm a creative" approach just doesn't cut it anymore.

L-R: Adam Ferrier, Jim Ingram, Ben Couzens

Last week Adam Ferrier, Jim Ingram and Ben Couzens announced the launch of a new agency based in Melbourne with the distinctive name Thinkerbell. The founders claim the namesakesthe famous Rodin sculpture of a contemplative fellow and the magical fairy from Peter Panrepresent the coming together of scientific enquiry and brilliant creativity. The three, who all left Cummins Partners earlier this year and among them also have history at Naked Communications Ferrier and Clemenger...

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