Beyond Mad Men or Maths Men: unleashing technology for growth

If marketers want to own the future, they need to stop looking to the past and instead look ahead and broaden their ambition for marketing technology, writes Tom Goodwin, head of innovation at Zenith Media USA.

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M&C Saatchi creative chief Justin Tindall apologises for his recent comment in Private View about being "bored of diversity being prioritised over talent" in a response to Caitlin Ryan's critical letter.

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