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The Drum magazine: 9 November 2012

A taster of what's in our latest issue out Friday 9 November 2012

Creative Review: 

DADI Results

<strong>DADI Results</strong>

This issue of The Drum magazine reveals the winners of the DADI Awards, featuring Individual of the Year winner Sir Martin Sorrell. We also take a look at the winning case studies behind this year's Grand Prix and Chairman's Award.

Desert Island Clips

<strong>Desert Island Clips</strong>

Robert Campbell of Outsider Films reveals his favourite classic ad moments.

Women in digital

<strong>Women in digital</strong>

The latest in our series of profiles on influential women in digital sees Propel's Melina Jacovou speak to Tina Judic, managing director at Found.

Scotland focus

<strong>Scotland focus</strong>

In the latest of a series of regional reviews, The Drum surveys a cross-section of the marketing industries in Scotland, taking a look at what lies ahead.



The Drum's latest insight into the media and marketing industries, which this issue includes:

  • A piece featuring veteran ad man Patrick Collister on why now is the best time to be a creative
  • Analysis of 4G's arrival in the UK and what it means for consumers and brands
  • Green Square partner Tony Walford's latest acquisitions blog

Our regular creative round-up, The Works, features recent branding, illustration and design work, including:

  • Branding and bag designs for Classic Bag by Salad Creative
  • M&C Saatchi campaign using edible tea ink for BOH Camomile Tea in Malaysia
  • Brand identity for Jamie Oliver's Better Food Foundation, created by Pearlfisher