Claire Beale

Global editor-in-chief

Claire Beale is the global editor-in-chief of Campaign. Contact her at claire.beale@haymarket.com or 020 8267 4705. 

There's more to life than profit
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There's more to life than profit

If you've got fire in your belly and passion in your breast, you want to work for a company that's doing the right thing.

Getting into the 100 club
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Getting into the 100 club

We're celebrating brilliant marketers who not only build brands and businesses but who do so through developing real partnerships with their agency suppliers.

It's time to clean up our act
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It's time to clean up our act

Finally the biggest advertiser in the world has woken up to the mess.

Arthur Sadoun's journey to the top of Publicis Groupe was never in doubt
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Arthur Sadoun's journey to the top of Publicis Groupe was never in doubt

Arthur Sadoun's promotion to succeed Maurice Lévy was simply a natural progression, writes Campaign's global editor-in-chief.

Arthur Sadoun's journey to the top of Publicis Groupe was never in doubt
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Arthur Sadoun's journey to the top of Publicis Groupe was never in doubt

Arthur Sadoun's promotion to succeed Maurice Lévy was simply a natural progression, writes Campaign's global editor-in-chief.

Ad industry's pace of change on diversity is too slow
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Ad industry's pace of change on diversity is too slow

Almost half-a-century after a woman first became copy chief at one of the best ad agencies, still only 11% of creative directors are women.

The year of radical candour
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The year of radical candour

Trust, honesty and integrity seem endangered qualities within the advertising and marketing industries.

What's next for Saatchi & Saatchi after Senior's departure
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What's next for Saatchi & Saatchi after Senior's departure

It's an end of an era for British advertising as Saatchi & Saatchi moves offices and the agency changes management. Campaign sat down with Robert Senior, Magnus Djaba and Arthur Sadoun to discuss what's ahead.

What's next for Saatchi & Saatchi after Senior's departure
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What's next for Saatchi & Saatchi after Senior's departure

It's an end of an era for British advertising as Saatchi & Saatchi moves offices and the agency changes management. Campaign sat down with Robert Senior, Magnus Djaba and Arthur Sadoun to discuss what's ahead.

Gird your loins for 2017
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Gird your loins for 2017

Damn us if we're not optimistic that this issue will be a guiding light for the next year in the marketing communications business.

Robert Senior steps down from Saatchi & Saatchi
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Robert Senior steps down from Saatchi & Saatchi

Robert Senior, global chief executive of Saatchi & Saatchi, has resigned and is to be replaced by Magnus Djaba, UK chief executive of Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon.

Welcome to Campaign's Annual 2016
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Welcome to Campaign's Annual 2016

Looking back on the past 12 months is a dizzying, disorientating experience.

Don't forget the basics of advertising
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Don't forget the basics of advertising

What worked in the past often still works, but is the industry in danger of losing experience and understanding of advertising?

Accenture and Karmarama face a cultural challenge
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Accenture and Karmarama face a cultural challenge

Accenture's acquisition of Karmarama is the first real bite from management consultants eyeing up adland's lunch.

This year's best Christmas story is about ad people who still care
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This year's best Christmas story is about ad people who still care

There's nothing like a blistering finale to show a departing client what they'll be missing.

Agencies can make room for cultures that feel like family
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Agencies can make room for cultures that feel like family

You can't force a close-knit team and culture, but you can make room for it to happen.

Brands must get back to the basics
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Brands must get back to the basics

Brands need to invest in paid media and creativity if they want to grow - pretty obvious, huh? Well, perhaps not any more.

Agencies' fight for talent is on
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Agencies' fight for talent is on

Agencies have their work cut out for them if they want to remain the best place for advertising people to work.

Brave ads look different now
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Brave ads look different now

At Frank Budgen's memorial screening, the ad industry mourned more than the passing of a brilliant director.

Changing the ad industry's image
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Changing the ad industry's image

It's vital that celebrating the past is matched by planning for the future.

YouTube to stop 30-second unskippable ads
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1 YouTube to stop 30-second unskippable ads

Starting next year, YouTube will stop allowing the 30-second unskippable ad and will focus instead on shorter formats.

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