Campaign Staff
Aug 20, 2022

How did our editors team up to launch ‘Campaign for creativity’ globally?

CAMPAIGN PODCAST: This week, editors from the UK, US and Asia sit down together to talk about “Campaign for creativity” – a new campaign from all of the editions of Campaign around the world.

How did our editors team up to launch ‘Campaign for creativity’ globally?

Gideon Spanier, UK editor-in-chief, Alison Weisbrott, US editor, and Robert Sawatzky, editorial director of Haymarket Business Media Asia, discuss the inspiration for the campaign and our shared commitment to champion creativity – at a time when the enemies of creativity are growing stronger.

A global message from Campaign: We are for creativity

We also talk about what we learned from working together on a three-part editorial series about profit v purpose, the talent pipeline and the dominance of technology that launched “Campaign for creativity”.

Source:
Campaign UK

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