Meet the War of the Words judges

Nikki Crumpton, chief strategy officer, McCann London

 

"So much new thinking in our industry seems to be old thinking reheated. It's really exciting for me to get involved in Campaign's new event that courts the weird, contentious, difficult and contrary thinking from people who haven't heard it all before."

David Hackworthy, founding partner, The Red Brick Road

 

"People have talked about the increasing pace of change for years, without a lot fundamentally changing in our industry.. but the current revolutions in digital technology and social media will have a profound effect on our industry and the next generation of talent are the people in our business who will have to be at the forefront of shaping tomorrow's agencies. I can't wait to see them in action."

Johnny Hornby, co-founder, CHI & Partners.



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