Chief executive, Leo Burnett and Group
Warwick Building, Kensington Village, Avonmore Road,, London, W14 8HQ
1st January 1961
Ross Perot, after reading Ken Follet's On Wings of Eagles.
Never drink wine from a plastic cup! On a serious note, we recycle and are very water-wise.
Rugby Union. It taught me that a team is always better than an individual.
Manly Golf Club, Terrey Hills Golf Club, Sunningdale Golf Club, Chobham Rugby Club.
Deck chair, an umbrella and an esky. Figuratively, the three most important things in my life are my family, good health and laughter.
John Howard. Makes decisions and sticks to them.
The Sunday Times, Golf Digest, The Footy Show, Triple M, bbc.co.uk/sport.
Moving my family back to the UK, having lived in Australia for the past 20 years.
Wake up feeling great, despite a night out with good friends, play 18 holes with my brother-in-law in the morning, watch England beat someone at Twickenham and then home for a family roast and the rest is censored.
Selling my company to Leo Burnett.
Barman at the Hare and Hounds, when my mate's parents were the publicans.
Since taking over from Mike Spicer as the managing director at Arc, Edwards has rolled up his sleeves on the UK side and brought in a bunch of new faces. His tenacity and skill have paid off with his promotion to head up the Group following the departure of Bruce Haines
A Great Dane. Initially, not much, but as we were in a "no pets" rental at the time, we had to buy the house!
I'm not afraid to make decisions.