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Grab a free copy of The Drum magazine and celebrate the very best in creative strategy

The Drum 14 Jul 2020 04:47
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What do a BBC all-staff email, an NHS nurse recruitment drive, a rug celebrating an all-female Afghan orchestra and an AR app telling the stories of Harriet Tubman, Gertrude Stein and Sacagawea all have in common?

They are all, of course, Grand Prix winners at The Drum Awards. And they all feature in the latest issue of The Drum magazine (or the latest issues, even, with two new print products landing on doormats and desks today). And, we are offering readers of our website a free copy while stocks last!

The first mag, our Creativity Issue, is a compendium of mind-blowing work, where ideas, invention and ingenuity are brought into sharp focus. It even has a cover created by the most creative agency in the world, McCann New York (we can call them that with complete confidence, having examined 2,748 campaigns from 2,520 clients by 1,744 agencies and involving 582 chief creative officers, 892 executive creative directors, 2,461 creative directors, 2,107 copywriters and 2,264 art directors for our World Creative Rankings, which you’ll get a peak at inside).

In the second mag out today, we turn our attention to creativity’s cousin, with our Strategy Issue celebrating the problem solvers for whom efficiencies and effectiveness and tactics and targets are as sexy as any invention or ingenuity.

As ITV’s Lara Izlan puts it in the Strategy Issue: “In order to realize the opportunities this disruption presents, all players need to be comfortable in deviating from the status quo and experimenting with new models.”

If you’d like to receive a free copy of The Drum, just head here.

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