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How to write a creative agency brief

This Best Practice paper offers a comprehensive guide to briefing creative teams. The creative agency briefing period, it argues, is the pivotal stage when an agency starts to add value. Distilling the communications strategy into a brief is an art, it adds: the brief should always be concise, clear, consistent and creative.
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Creative work sessions

Best Practice paper on how agencies can encourage clients to engage in the creative process earlier.

Mythbuster: Is it ownable?

Les Binet and Sarah Carter on creating a distinctive and consistent brand voice.

Mythbuster: Creativity is about ideas

Binet and Carter discuss why things don't have to be new to be creative.

10 top tips for copywriting

How to improve copywriting – above all, by enjoying it.

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This article argues that, rather than prioritising between technology and creativity, the key to success is in developing creative big ideas that are true to the brand, and using data and technology-driven approaches to execute them in the right context.

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This article describes a new study which reveals that the relevance of the message environment is more important than the quality of the medium in which it is placed.

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This paper explores the similarities between music and qualitative research which, it argues, both need to create a balanced relationship between art and science.

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