Why talent is the next-generation creative partner

Those in the new generation of front-of-screen talent are no longer content to be a hired face for adland and have instead pitched themselves as full creative partners. Mark Eaves, founder of Gravity Road, unravels the rise of this phenomenon and what agencies can learn from it.

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