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The latest issue of The Drum includes a look at the rise of the digital family as Nigel Vaz, MD of SapientNitro tells us why he’s teaching his child how to code.Casual sexism
The Drum’s Women in Marketing study explores what can be done to close the gender gap in the industry and how women can break through the glass ceiling.From Russia with love
As Tetris turns 30, Matmi CEO Jeff Coghlan explains how the Soviet tile-matching puzzle changed his life.The family code
Coding is now part of the curriculum, but how can we convince parents of the importance of digital literacy? We take a look at the new generation of kids who are learning the language. This issue also includes:
This supplement follows The Drum’s inaugural Digital Trading Awards. We catch up with some of the industry’s key players to discuss clarity in digital trading and brand safety online.Manifesto
- A Q&A with Julian Hanford. He tells Dave Birss, The Drum’s editor-at-large, about his journey from adman to artist.
- Kids or careers – a look at how working parents can navigate the advertising industry landscape, following research from industry charity Nabs.
- Our regular creative round-up, showcasing come of the best recent creative work, as voted for by our online readers.
Judges from the awards outline their vital principles for continued growth in the digital advertising space.Comment
Is it too much to ask for ads to be seen in an appropriate place? Nigel Gwilliam, consultant head of media and emerging technology at the IPA, tackles the issue of brand safety. Q&A
Key industry names help demystify some of the crucial questions facing the digital trading sector.Subscribers can download a pdf of The Drum and the accompanying Digital Trading Awards supplement below.
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