Jeremy Bullmore

Jeremy Bullmore is an advisory board member for WPP. His advice column for advertising professionals appears weekly in Campaign. He welcomes questions via campaign@haymarket.com or Campaign, Teddington Studios, Broom Road, Teddington, TW11 9BE. 

Ask Bullmore: The questions I never got to answer
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Ask Bullmore: The questions I never got to answer

Here are a few questions from years ago that I never got around to answering.

Ask Bullmore: How can I stop the CEO talking about himself in the third person?
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Ask Bullmore: How can I stop the CEO talking about himself in the third person?

Campaign's agony uncle answers your career dilemmas, including the problem of a chief executive who insists in talking about himself in the third person.

Ask Bullmore: Is it worth going to Cannes?
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Ask Bullmore: Is it worth going to Cannes?

It might be bit late to pull out of Cannes now, but there's always next year.

Ask Bullmore: Should I be paying my agency based on how its work performs?
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Ask Bullmore: Should I be paying my agency based on how its work performs?

Campaign's agony uncle answers your career dilemmas, including how to you peg your agency's fee to its performance.

Ask Bullmore: Cuts to the business are making my job harder
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Ask Bullmore: Cuts to the business are making my job harder

Campaign's agony uncle Jeremy Bullmore prescribes electing a Phantom Grandchild to the board of companies suffering from short-termism.

Ask Bullmore: Should I pull my brand's sponsorship of a dangerous sport?
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Ask Bullmore: Should I pull my brand's sponsorship of a dangerous sport?

My brand's sponsorship is commercially successful but I'm concerned about the athletes and have had no reassurances from governing bodies.

Ask Bullmore: Is it time to move on from my marketing job?
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Ask Bullmore: Is it time to move on from my marketing job?

Campaign's agony uncle Jeremy Bullmore has some advice for a head marketer who works for one of the UK's favourite brands.

Ask Bullmore: Should I keep my enthusiasm for Brexit quiet?
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Ask Bullmore: Should I keep my enthusiasm for Brexit quiet?

You could just be still feeling the high from kicking the government in the goolies, Bullmore writes.

Ask Bullmore: What's wrong with having a 'pale male' management team?
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Ask Bullmore: What's wrong with having a 'pale male' management team?

Campaign's agony uncle answers your career dilemmas.

Ask Bullmore: Are the tables turning on my prospects as a man?
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Ask Bullmore: Are the tables turning on my prospects as a man?

Campaign's agony uncle answers your career dilemmas. This week, a young man wonders if the tables are turning in light of initiatives championing women.

Ask Bullmore: Should I tell my employer I'm launching my own brand?
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Ask Bullmore: Should I tell my employer I'm launching my own brand?

Campaign's agony uncle answers your career dilemmas.

Ask Bullmore: The new CEO wants a fresh start. How can I talk him out of it?
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Ask Bullmore: The new CEO wants a fresh start. How can I talk him out of it?

Campaign's agony uncle answers your career dilemmas.

Ask Bullmore: Would a six-hour day ever work in adland?
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Ask Bullmore: Would a six-hour day ever work in adland?

Sweden is introducing a dreamy six-hour work day. Could I get just as much done in fewer hours if I changed the way I worked?

Ask Bullmore: Should I be concerned about my colleague's drug use?
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Ask Bullmore: Should I be concerned about my colleague's drug use?

Jeremy Bullmore replies to a colleague concerned about a planner's drug use and a marketer who wants to evolve his employer's unofficial no-lunch policy.

Ask Bullmore: How do I get my boss to embrace flexible working?
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Ask Bullmore: How do I get my boss to embrace flexible working?

Jeremy Bullmore, Campaign's agony uncle, has some words of advice for an employee who questions their agency's commitment to flexible working.

Ask Bullmore: Why do I keep getting rejected from job interviews?
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Ask Bullmore: Why do I keep getting rejected from job interviews?

Jeremy Bullmore, Campaign's agony uncle, answers your career dilemmas.

Ask Bullmore: Have we done enough to address the results of the EU referendum?
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Ask Bullmore: Have we done enough to address the results of the EU referendum?

All agency people must get out of their bubble, writes Campaign's agony uncle.

Ask Bullmore: How do I make it as an introvert in the workplace?
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Ask Bullmore: How do I make it as an introvert in the workplace?

Campaign's resident agony uncle gives advice to an introvert struggling to stand out in a creative department.

Ask Bullmore: What can we learn from crappy ads?
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Ask Bullmore: What can we learn from crappy ads?

Dismissing other people's work as crappy is not intelligent or constructive, writes Campaign's agony uncle.

Ask Bullmore: Is it time to blow everything on a huge TV campaign?
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Ask Bullmore: Is it time to blow everything on a huge TV campaign?

Jeremy Bullmore, Campaign's agony uncle, answers your career dilemmas.

Making media fun again: why we must free our industry from outdated models
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1 Making media fun again: why we must free our industry from outdated models

The industry needs an audience-first media revolution that balances brand and outcomes, writes Mindshare's global chief executive.

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