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Subscribers: Download a copy of The Drum Live issue here – featuring Cindy Gallop, Unilever, Asda, Buzzfeed and more


By The Drum Team, Editorial

July 23, 2014 | 3 min read

Subscribers can download a pdf of the latest issue of The Drum here.

The latest issue of The Drum is a particularly special issue as it was produced over just one day with the input of hundreds of guest contributors who became part of our editorial team at The Drum Live.

This issue is also fully interactive as we have joined forces with Blippar to feature video content from The Drum Live, which can be viewed by blipping the pages of the magazine – bringing the whole magazine to life and bringing the content from the day directly to readers.

We have the power

Founder of BBH New York, porn non-apologist and challenger for change – Cindy Gallop took to the stage at The Drum Live to discuss blowing up the industry.

Social sensation

Professional YouTuber and internet celebrity Jim Chapman talks content, engagement and explains how brands can harness the power of social.

We’re all delusional

Katie McQuater catches up with TED speaker and neuroscientist Dr Beau Lotto to explore the fascinating world of neurodesign.

Chomping at the bit

As Bitcoin begins to break into the mainstream; Natalie Mortimer asks whether businesses should be embracing the cryptocurrency?

This issue also includes:

  • Don’t I know you? Innovation company Abundance carry out a real-time privacy experiment at The Drum Live.
  • Lists to do - Buzzfeed’s advertising VP Will Hayward and creative director Philip Byrne discuss how brands can learn from the content trailblazer.
  • Fast ads - Cameron Clarke chats to Unilever, Barclays and Marks & Spencer about keeping up in this world of constant content.

Blackwell’s Britain Supplement - Birmingham

Former editor-in-chief and publisher of Creative Review, Lewis Blackwell, visits Birmingham this month as part of his tour of the UK’s creative hubs.

Young and in Brum

Lewis examines why youthful optimism and the city’s diversity are the key foundations of its creative economy.

To integration and beyond

Blackwell shines a spotlight on the area’s creative kudos and why collaboration and integration are essential.


The Drum speaks to a cross-section of Birmingham influencers to highlight the big questions facing the creative community in the region.

As a subscriber you can download pdfs of The Drum and the accompanying supplements below.


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