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We’re all very proud of our Paralympics campaign for the Royal British Legion. It took a fair bit of negotiation with London Underground to get them to allow us to place ads for the first time on the glass panels …
Some of you may or may not know that I am CST The Gate’s resident athlete with hopes to compete at the Olympic games. Being this is my first blog I wanted to just update you on my story so far.
CST The Gate presents Dancing with the Devil: The Commercialisation of news content whilst maintaining your integrity.
It’s widely accepted that there are two ways to succeed in advertising: First by doing great creative work. Second, by buying your way into the public consciousness.
I don’t disagree with this, but I wonder if it isn’t a little more nuanced. Does it imply a silo’d approach to advertising?
Many people’s initial concept of evolution is that we adapt quickly and efficiently to cope with changes to our landscape. Forests shrank while the savannah expanded, therefore we got better at running down antelope rather than trapping boar. Our skulls and brains shrank a bit…