The Drum magazine: 19th February

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The February 19th issue of The Drum contains articles covering the following:

News roundup

6 pages of this week's news and the comments it generated digested into one easy to read summary

Wayne Hemingway on Urbis changes

Wayne Hemingway and Nick Barley debate the closure of Manchester's Urbis creative space.

Is Social Media dead?

Has social media reached its peak in what it can do for brands? Or are we only beginning to find out how to use these channels to drive growth for clients and brands?

Designers Republic's Ian Anderson talks to The Drum

Ian Anderson says he has learned from his mistakes and looks to the future.

Creative Review

There is loads of creative work being produced up and down the UK and The Drum asked Matt Walburn, Marketing Director of Perfume Shop to take a look. And find out if our online readers agreed.

Behind the scenes at Media City

The Drum gets exclusive access to the new complex in Salford.

Managing the Toyota PR crisis

With the Toyota PR machine accelerating into top gear The Drum analyses the ongoing crisis.

Belgian Agency Strike

Agencies in Belgium recently took a very public stand against unfair pitch process. The Drum analyses the comments it provoked.

Brand Loyalty secrets

A new study reveals latest findings in customer retention trends

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