Ian Whittaker
Jul 09, 2024

If agencies want to see higher share prices, they should be pushing the case for creative

INVESTOR VIEW: Creativity is often perceived as a 'low growth, 'low margin' business, a 'necessary evil'. It's a perception at odds with its value and one that's ripe for change.

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