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Welcome to the Love This Podcast, the bi-weekly marketing and advertising podcast where we interview some of the world's most prolific marketing and creative leaders about all things creativity, culture, business and innovation. Hosted by Beth O'Brien and Maria Devereux, powered by Colenso BBDO.
 
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Run by three women in their early 20s, Shit You Should Care About is an Instagram account that’s mastered the art of repackaging hard news, soft news and culture into humorous and digestible pieces of content. In this special lockdown episode we chat to Lucy Blakiston, the voice behind the account - about lockdown loves, fandom, community and freed…
 
This week we continue our D&AD president series with Kate Stanners head of the Press & Outdoor Jury. Kate walks us through her journey to CCO greatness. As well as her belief in the freedom to fail and that most valuable thing you can bring to the table is indeed yourself.By Love This Podcast by Colenso BBDO
 
Charu Aggarwal is a Chevening Scholar awarded by British Commonwealth, and comes with more than 20 years of digital, creative & media strategy experience on Fortune 500 brands like P&G, GSK, Samsung, FOX Network & Nokia in Global, APAC and MENA remits. In this week's episode of our D&AD Jury President Series, Charu Aggarwal (Head of the Media Jury)…
 
Paul Chan, Chief Creative Officer at CHEIL joins us for the second episode in our D&AD Jury President series. In this episode we deep dive into how hard it really is to win (and award) a Yellow Pencil. As well as the formula of creativity, the thrill of cracking a brief and never giving up on a good idea.…
 
After incredibly successful careers on the agency and client side, Chris and Colin joined forces to create PLATFRMR, before recently being acquired by VICE Media Group.Now Global Chief Creative Officer and Global Chief Innovation Officer, we looked deeper into their careers, unpacking the new job to do at VICE, and enjoying their POV on all things …
 
Erica Dorn is an experienced Graphic Designer based in London.In this episode, we walked through Erica’s background before design and her move from Japan to the UK. We then discovered more about how she creates visual worlds, the role of research in the design process, and a deep dive on her Isle of Dogs production with Wes Anderson. We finished by…
 
Jules Lund is the Founder of Tribe - a self serve marketplace connecting social media influencers with leading brands to create powerful 1:1 campaigns that engage audiences difficult to reach.We talk about how to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, the evolution of influence and influencers, social commerce and how it works for brands, amongs…
 
Marianne Malina is the President of GSD&M - a creatively driven, full-service agency born and raised in Austin, Texas - run by a band of misfits, artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and clay.In this episode, we looked at Marianne's 20 years' experience at GSD&M, the role of a creative agency and how GSD&M are expanding on their core capabilities to r…
 
Chris is the Chief Creative Officer of TBWA\Chiat\Day NY, where he is responsible for the agency’s creative output.In his time at the agency, TBWA\Chiat\Day NY has transformed itself, resulting in industry and cultural recognition, including returning to the AdAge A-List at #5 in 2019, after a 10 year absence, when New York “emerged seemingly out o…
 
How do you scale a start up business? A business that's been listed as a Top 3 Independent Agency in the US by Campaign Magazine? What lessons in leadership can you take from large companies, to smaller ones? How do you sell creative work that makes a legal team ask questions? What's your relationship to creativity? What advice would you have for t…
 
Adam Ferrier is Founder/Consumer Psychologist at Thinkerbell, Decade of Action and s p a c e. Here's a wee bit more info on the legendary Australian entrepeneur.After graduating university with degrees in commerce and clinical psychology, Adam began his career working in maximum security prisons, before making the natural move to advertising. He jo…
 
Ali Rez is the Regional Executive Creative Director at Impact BBDO. Ranked amongst the Global Top 20 Executive Creative Directors on the 2020 World Creativity Rankings, and named South Asia Creative Person of the Year by Campaign magazine, Ali Rez has won more than 400 international awards in his 20-year career. These include multiple Gold Cannes L…
 
Marc is the co-founder of Giant Spoon - an agency built on the power of possible thinking – to shoot for the moon and solve impossible challenges.In this episode, we look at how and why Marc decided to start Giant Spoon, how he has found running an agency of 100+ people and partnering clients during COVID-19, his relationship to creativity and find…
 
Julian Cole virtually joined us from Melbourne to talk about all things comms planning.The formidable Strategy Consultant has worked at agencies including Naked, BBH and, most recently, BBDO New York. In his current role, he advises brands such as Uber, Apple, Disney, Facebook and Girlboss.Together, we explored the art and science of strategy, how …
 
Steve Lesnard is the CMO and Head of The North Face product creation engines across apparel, footwear, equipment & merchandising.Following two decades at Nike, we wanted to dive deeper into his experience of running global brands and teams, the changing responsibilities of a CMO, his viewpoint on long & short-term marketing, his relationship with i…
 
"Fuck the rules. Do what’s right for you.”Beth and I were delighted to chat with Cassie Roma, Founder & Director at CR&Co. Cassie has spent over a decade working at some of the most iconic Kiwi brands, from AA, to Mercury, to ANZ, to Air New Zealand, to NZME, to most recently at The Warehouse.We discussed her journey to advertising and marketing, t…
 
Josy Paul, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer at BBDO India, joined us for a very moving episode of the Love This Podcast.We talked about his experience establishing the BBDO India office, what 'the work, the work, the work' means to him, brand activism and P&G's #ShareTheLoad work, and what advice he would have for people joining the creative ind…
 
We were delighted to welcome John Patroulis, Worldwide Chief Creative Officer at Grey Group, on this episode of the Love This Podcast.We explored John's background at some of the world's best agencies, his decision to start and sell twofifteenmcann, what he learned leading the global creative output for BBH, and how he's found the last few years at…
 
To thrive in a rapidly changing world, exceptional leaders need creative resourcefulness and a clear sense of purpose.Lizzie Shupak, CEO at Curve, joined us in Episode 54 of the Love This Podcast. After studying Theology and Religious Studies, we took a deep dive into Lizzie's background and how she ended up in this line of work, how she approaches…
 
Jonathan Mildenhall joined us for a special episode of the Love This Podcast with guest host, Nick Worthington - Creative Chairman at Colenso BBDO.Jonathan is a globally respected professional in the marketing and advertising world. He is particularly skilled in defining Company Purpose and Values, Brand Strategy, Marketing, and Digital Transformat…
 
Bob is the author of four Amazon #1 best-selling books about advertising. He is also one of the most sought-after international speakers on advertising and marketing.One of his books, "BadMen: How Advertising Went From A Minor Annoyance To A Major Menace" exposed many of the dangerous data abuse practices that are now making international headlines…
 
Benefit Cosmetics have been creating world class digital experiences since digital became trendy.The marketer behind a lot of the brand's success since 2013, Toto Haba, joined us on this episode of the Love This Podcast to talk a little more about his background, how Benefit Cosmetics have continued to grow their business through distinctive produc…
 
Have you considered starting your own agency? Or do you currently run your own agency? How did you find clients and become profitable? How did you create an agency positioning that's so damn unique, people come to you? And how do you cut through the noise in a clustered city like New York?Whether you're in your first few years in the advertising in…
 
Transferwise is one of the world's leading online money transfer services. Founded in 2011, TransferWise is valued today at $3.5 billion. For a company that's just 8 years old, that's some serious growth.Tech-driven marketer Nick Lembo joined us on the podcast to talk more about how he and his team are driving growth across the entire APAC region.T…
 
Beth and Joe were delighted to welcome industry legend Brent Smart onto the Love This Podcast.With a wealth of experience on the agency side of the fence (Saatchi & Saatchi, Colenso BBDO, BBDO San Fran, M&C Saatchi), Brent shifted over to IAG in Australia back in 2017. A creative leader, he believes that a creative culture on the inside leads to mo…
 
Caroline Rainsford is the Country Director at Google New Zealand.In this episode, we discussed how Google are helping businesses transform and grow in the digital age, how Google's purpose shows up in the world across every touchpoint, her fascination with and desire to do good in the education sector, and practical tips to those looking to get int…
 
Anselmo Ramos is an ad nerd. And proud.He and his team have the guts to make stuff that's never been done before.In this episode, Anselmo talks about his experience working on the agency side and founding two agencies, why obsessing over the work helps both agency and client marketers, why he likes to feel uncomfortable all the time, and the kind o…
 
Rory is the Vice Chairman of Ogilvy, an attractively vague job title which has allowed him to co-found a behavioral science practice within the agency.He works with a consulting practice of psychology graduates who look for ‘unseen opportunities’ in consumer behaviour - these are the very small contextual changes which can have enormous effects on …
 
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