5 Things We Learnt from ‘Real Influence’ at Creativity+Humanity

by Megan Jackson

Marketing Executive
September 18, 2018

5 Things We Learnt from ‘Real Influence’ at Creativity+Humanity

During our Creativity+Humanity symposium last week, we saw one of our panel sessions discussing the marketing industry’s most recent craze – influencers. Moderated by H+K’s Director of Creative Strategy, Eleanor Sullivan, our panel, composed of influencers Fitness Freddie, Zsanett Korosi, and micro-influencer management company Tribe’s Lisa Targett, discussed the benefits and struggles of working with … Read more

Creativity+Humanity: In Conversation about Influencer Marketing

Following another successful bout of our annual creativity symposium last Wednesday, we asked our speakers if they would mind answering a few questions based on our theme, Creativity+Humanity, and the topic that they talked about. Here we have our panel of influencer marketing experts talking about creativity in their industry, composed of Fitness Freddie, Zsanett … Read more

Creativity+Humanity: In Conversation with Dr. Elaine Kasket

Following another successful bout of our annual creativity symposium on Wednesday, we asked our speakers if they would mind answering a few questions based on our theme, Creativity+Humanity, and the topic that they talked about. We brought in Dr. Elaine Kasket to hold our last morning session, ‘Be a Meerkat, Not an Ostrich: Compassionately Confronting … Read more

Robinson Scholars: #BringingItHome from Blighty

Robinson Scholars

Most individuals go through a company introduction during their first week at work, but not all introductions leave us with a lasting impression. When I joined H+K’s Dubai office three years ago, there was one moment that sparked my aspirations to a whole new level: the Dave Robinson International Scholarship Program. The Dave Robinson International … Read more

The Success of a New NAFTA Depends on Selling the Deal to the Public

NAFTA

Whether the United States successfully renegotiates NAFTA with Canada inside the tent does not depend ultimately on whether the president can strike a bargain with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. That’s important, of course, with non-negotiable deadlines facing the trading partners as well as Congress, and that’s where all the focus is now. But this is … Read more

First Things First: Trust in the Press

press

Jack’s thoughts on making sense of what is going on behind the headlines. First things first: Do you trust the news to be truthful? That question came up a lot last week, as online companies such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter sent executives to answer questions on Capitol Hill about political censorship and foreign interference in U.S elections. … Read more