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E3. Transforming agency and brand culture in the future of work

Agencies are increasingly in the business of organizational change, with marketers helping clients to shift their shape to the modern cultural landscape. But, for both brands and agencies themselves, what role does culture play as they gear up to face the future of work? We delve into how agencies and their brands can transform in line with the future of work and whether that's best led from the inside, or with outside help.

E2. The real (human) cost of pitching

Pitching is more than just a commercial decision, it's also about culture. We take a practical deep dive into experiences with pitching (vs not pitching) and share the ups, the downs, and the very real lessons learned along the way.

E1. Is the agency/client relationship fit for purpose?

The relationship between agencies and their clients is what keeps the wheels of the marketing industry turning. Over the last couple of years, that relationship has shifted and shifted again under the weight of great and complex forces - pandemic, hybrid working, economic instability and organizational consolidation... the list goes on. With our practical hats on, we'll look at what smart agencies and brands are doing to make sure that relationship matures in the right direction, from tools and techniques to aid mutual understanding to 'prenuptial' agreements to set collaboration off on the right foot.

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E2. 'Exciting in a perverse way': how brand comms are changing for the recession

The world seems to have been in constant crisis for the last few years, with pandemic, war, supply-chain issues, inflation and recession. This episode features agency creatives investigating what role creativity and authenticity plays in helping brands to ensure stability and recovery amid recession and uncertainty. Most importantly, we're asking the question 'amid recession and uncertainty, will creativity and authenticity lead brands through 2023?'

E2. Dan Cullen-Shute – Why positive negotiations lead to positive outcomes

Is the mark of a good negotiation really that both parties walk away from the table slightly dissatisfied? White Crow’s and Creature of London's CEO & founder, Dan Cullen-Shute doesn’t think so. In this episode, Dan talks to host Mike Lander about the need to make negotiations a positive experience, the importance of setting ground-rules (and sticking to them), and why the marketing industry’s attitude towards procurement is self-defeating.

E1. Penry Price – How can negotiators secure a win-win outcome?

What is a negotiation? Is it a game of tactics, where two parties compete to come out on top? Not according to LinkedIn’s vice president of marketing, Penry Price. In this first episode, Penry talks to Mike about how to navigate a win-win negotiation with a collaborative mind-set, helping both buyers and sellers increase the value-exchange and strengthen their relationship.

E1. Marketing to the silver economy

Most markets worldwide now have an ageing population, with spending power increasingly gathering with older people. Smart brands are recognizing the spending power of this group, and tailoring their products and comms accordingly.

E27. What is the future of OOH - and where are the biggest opportunities?

For our out-of-home (OOH) deep dive, we're taking a look beyond the exciting developments of 2022 to where this exciting discipline is headed next. What can brands expect to see over the next couple of years - and where should they be investing their time and money to stay ahead of the curve?

E8. World Cup with TalkSport

The Drum's reporter Amy Houston chats to Russell Ramsey, Executive Creative Director at Pulse Creative London about its TalkSport World Cup campaign.