(020) 8870 9200
116, Putney Bridge Road, London, , SW15 2NQ
Worryingly close to Slough, August 1963.
Sunday Times, My Yahoo and Spooks.
Sky Mobile TV.
Ideal next job
Three best friends in adland
A family affair – my brother Craig, sister Mandy Boyter and wife Susan O'Brien. One of us is going to have to get a proper job soon.
Who do you owe most to for your success and why?
Janet Somerville, my boss at Cable & Wireless Communications: she gave me responsibility with accountability and the confidence and support to get on with it without micro managing. As a team we did some great work with outstanding results that's still talked about now some 13 years on.
Why do people like you?
I'd like to think it's because I don't take myself too seriously and a sense of fair play.
The time I dedicate to sports, whether it's participating in or training for running/tri events, coaching kids or managing sports clubs.
Surviving the worst recession since the 30s (so far).
What’s your idea of perfect happiness?
Apart from succeeding in everything I do, a sundowner on a remote beach somewhere with the people I love.
What do you think will be the biggest change in advertising over the next five years?
The end of broadcast linear TV and the growth of internet-driven TV-on-demand leading to the final demise of the grand 30-second TV ad.
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