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See The World From Another Persons Eyes … [APSOTW Assignment] ( Filed under: A Bit Of Inspiration, Advertising, Advertising [Planning] School On The Web, America, Attitude & Aptitude, BBH, Creative Development, Creativity, Culture, Emotion, Empathy, Insight, Perspective, Planners, Planning, Point Of View, Prejudice, Relevance, Resonance )

I know I said there’d be no blog posts till October because I’m busy moving countries [again]. but I thought I could use this ‘empty’ time to set a new APSOTW assignment. Over the years we have covered all manner of subjects … from validating flag design to pitching new business to developing comms strategy […]

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Can You Polish A Turd? The Results Of The APSOTW … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web, Comment )

So first of all a major apology for the delay in getting back to all of you. As you know, I have recently moved to the US so my time has been a bit mad over the last few weeks organising things. I also have to apologise that not all the judges we mentioned when […]

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Don’t Forget To Do The APSOTW Assignment … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web )

… the entry submission is April 20th. Good news, that’s almost a week and the whole of this weekend. More info on the assignment is here and some news that’s rather big [for me] is here. My advice is you should stick to the former and ignore the latter.

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Don’t Forget To Do The APSOTW Assignment … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web )

… the entry submission is April 20th. More info on the assignment is here.

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APSOTW Assignment: Turning Shit, Into Gold … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web, Attitude & Aptitude, Comment )

So it’s been ages since we did a planning school on the web assignment and it’s all my fault. Well, not totally mine – Andrew and Gareth can take some of the blame too [I’m nice like that] – but still, I feel bad about it. In a desperate attempt to make amends, I officially […]

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