Claire Beale

Global editor-in-chief

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

DDB harks back to founding trio in new corporate identity
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DDB harks back to founding trio in new corporate identity

Ned Doyle, Mac Dane and Bill Bernbach founded their agency in New York in 1949.

DDB harks back to founding trio in new corporate identity
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DDB harks back to founding trio in new corporate identity

Agency was founded in 1949...

Turn down the nihilism
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Turn down the nihilism

The best people and the best businesses are thriving on challenge and change.

Chris Hirst: 'I thought I'd screwed my career'
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Chris Hirst: 'I thought I'd screwed my career'

He has global domination in his sights...

What's better: efficiently wrong or messily right?
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What's better: efficiently wrong or messily right?

The messily right is not only joyful to conceive, it's often effective too.

Publicis promotes Vaz and King after 'challenging but productive year'
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Publicis promotes Vaz and King after 'challenging but productive year'

Owner of Sapient.Razorfish and Starcom has also hired Lloyds marketer Ros King.

Publicis' Arthur Sadoun: 'Honestly, my job is tougher than I expected'
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Publicis' Arthur Sadoun: 'Honestly, my job is tougher than I expected'

CEO speaks to Campaign amid 2018 results...

Welcome to 2019: live in it
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Welcome to 2019: live in it

I have some wise words to share from Joan Didion.

Ogilvy names global creative lead to replace Tham Khai Meng
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Ogilvy names global creative lead to replace Tham Khai Meng

The WPP agency has also appointed a new chief creative officer for the U.S.

Ogilvy appoints Piyush Pandey as global creative chief
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Ogilvy appoints Piyush Pandey as global creative chief

Tham Khai Meng's successor will be based in Mumbai.

'Here we go again': David Golding and James Murphy on their new venture
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'Here we go again': David Golding and James Murphy on their new venture

Why exactly are they going to the well again?

New characters and plots are entering the adland story
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New characters and plots are entering the adland story

Don't read the latest developments in our industry as the end of glory and relevance.

Watch: David Golding and James Murphy on starting again
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Watch: David Golding and James Murphy on starting again

View the film featuring the duo before our exclusive interview tomorrow.

David Golding and James Murphy exit Adam & Eve/DDB to start new agency
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David Golding and James Murphy exit Adam & Eve/DDB to start new agency

The pair are looking for a creative partner

Does creativity need saving? Hell yes
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Does creativity need saving? Hell yes

Algorithmic 'creativity' will never move hearts and minds.

Campaign turns 50: Confident, punchy and famous - just like the industry it serves
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Campaign turns 50: Confident, punchy and famous - just like the industry it serves

In the 50 years since its launch, Campaign has consistently held a mirror up to an advertising industry that quickly evolved into one of the most influential and glamorous places to work.

Agency CEO churn calls for a return of creative leadership
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Agency CEO churn calls for a return of creative leadership

Has the chief executive role become the most toxic job in advertising? It's certainly now one of the most precarious.

Press may have its day again
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Press may have its day again

Print ad revenue is on the rise again, but have agencies lost the craft skills required to maximise this opportunity?

Remi Babinet explains why he's having to reboot BETC London and how a new management line-up will help
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Remi Babinet explains why he's having to reboot BETC London and how a new management line-up will help

BETC is rebooting its London agency with a new structure that aligns it more closely with its Paris-based parent and Nick Docherty is joining the London team from Wieden & Kennedy to be head of strategy.

Wear your Lions with pride: creativity has come home
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Wear your Lions with pride: creativity has come home

Football might not have come home this summer, but creativity did.