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Free eBooks: T-Shirts and Suits

Download ‘T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide to the Business of Creativity’ by David Parrish as free eBooks in a selection of formats The eBook of T-Shirts and Suits is available as the full-colour version of the book, in interactive PDF format. It is also available as a text only eBook for Kindle and smartphones. We […]

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New economics of creativity

My keynote speech to film and TV producers in Finland (video below) referred to the changing business environment for creative enterprises. Consumers are now also creators and marketers; technology is advancing and becoming cheaper at the same time; global communication and distribution are easieir than ever before. These new realities bring both threats and opportunities. […]

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Creative Mischief

Thanks to Mark Beaumont, Creative Director at Dinosaur, for introducing me to this excellent book. Written by Dave Trott, it’s a series of anecdotes and thoughts about the world of advertising, drawn from his extensive experience as a creative in top agencies. Very thought provoking and inspiring. As I was reading it, I thought that […]

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Alienate and Embrace Customers

The most successful creative entrepreneurs deliberately alienate those customers who don’t matter in order to more strongly embrace those who really do matter. Not all customers are good customers and marketing is about choosing the right customers; it’s not about trying to please everyone. Of course this means you have to choose which customers not […]

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