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Mar 28, 2019

Marcomms is in a mid-life crisis, but we can survive it

FRONT STAGE PASS: Exclusive access to some of Campaign360's best on-stage sessions. Here, Mediacom global strategy chief Matt Mee explains why marketing communications is facing self-doubt and how the industry can overcome it.

FRONT STAGE PASS: Exclusive access to some of Campaign360's best on-stage sessions. Here, Mediacom global strategy chief Matt Mee explains why marketing communications is facing self-doubt and how the industry can overcome it.

In this exclusive session excerpt from Campaign360 in Singapore, Mediacom's top worldwide strategy chief, Matt Mee, shares the tell-tale signals of a mid-life crisis. Mee found many sources of uncert

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