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Gold on Gold Talk - It's a Tide Ad
The One Club For Creativity’s Gold on Gold takes us behind the scenes to tell the stories of some of the winners of The One Show and the ADC Annual Awards. While some agencies and clients aim to have the most memorable spot in the Super Bowl, the crew at Saatchi & Saatchi and P&G wouldn’t settle until they took over the whole show. “It’s a Tide Ad” wasn’t just win the fans’ hearts during the game, it also won six Gold Pencils at this year’s One Show. Saatchi’s Paul Bichler shares how the entire multifaceted campaign came to be.
Gold on Gold Talk - Ask for a Raise
The One Club For Creativity’s Gold on Gold takes us behind the scenes to tell the stories of some of the winners of The One Show and the ADC Annual Awards. What started as an internal project to celebrate Equal Pay Day became “Ask For A Raise”, the Cindy Gallop-powered chatbot created by R/GA that won the Social Influencer Marketing Best of Discipline award at this this One Show. Listen as R/GA’s Alaina Andreozzi explains the challenges to bring the idea to life, and the impressive buzz their efforts created.
One on One with Nancy Vonk & John Mescall
Board Member Nancy Vonk, Co-Founder & Partner at Swim, interviews #OSawards judge John Mescall, Global ECD at McCann Worldgroup, about our Film Category. Enter the One Show here: http://www.oneshow.org/
2017 Jury Spotlight with The One Show Judge Corinna Falusi
The One Club talks with Corinna Falusi, One Show judge about what is cross-platform and what does it mean to win a pencil.
One on One with Margaret Johnson & Lee Einhorn
The One Club's board member Margaret Johnson interviews One Show judge Lee Einhorn about Branded Entertainment.
Next Creative Leaders 2016
Meet four of the amazingly talented female creatives awarded as part of The One Club's "Next Creative Leaders" partnership with The 3% Conference. Hear how they're building a body of work that is making them household-name creatives. Learn more about Next Creative Leaders, our initiative with The 3% Conference, by visiting www.nextcreativeleaders.com .
Here Are All The Black People Alumni Sonja Johnson - Jr Art Director / Droga5
The One Club sits down with Sonja Johnson to talk about her experience with Here Are All The Black People that led to a job at Droga5.
Mike Lescarbeau - Creative Leaders Retreat
Mike Lescarbeau presents at The One Club's Creative Leaders Retreat.
Will McGinness - Creative Leaders Retreat
Will McGinness Presents at The One Club's Creative Leaders Retreat.
Philippe Meunier Talks about The ADC 96th Annual Awards
Co-founder of SIDLEE talks about The ADC Annual Awards and the importance of craft.
New Leadership Styles - A Discussion on Approaches to Leading Teams with a Cultural Twist
We've curated an amazing group of women leaders from different backgrounds, disciplines and countries to discuss how they inspire and galvanize their teams. We'll cover the many personal factors that influence leadership traits, including cultural backgrounds. Speakers: Alessandra Lariu, Co-founder of SheSays Andreza Valentin, Partner at Bossa Digital Helene Alonso, Director of Digital Experiences at The American Museum of Natural History Ozioma Egwuonwu, Chief Transformation Officer at BurnBright Heather Fullerton, Managing Director at The Mill
Here Are All The Black People: Keynote Speaker Franchesca Ramsey
Franchesca "Chescaleigh" Ramsey's Keynote Speech at Here Are All The Black People.
TBWA Room 13 SIYEZA Project
TBWA launches SIYEZA, a photography exhibit aimed to raise funds to benefit the students of Room 13. These beautifully curated images, taken by Emmanuel Andre and his team magnificently capture the spirit of the students of Room 13.
Au Diable Logic (To Hell With Logic) with Stephane Xiberras from BETC
How the old French art of being rude, illogical and breaking rules can lead to reinvention and creative wonders.
Creativity is the Only Way to Survive with Rob Reilly - Creative Summit
How do you take a 25,000 strong global network and make it act like a nimble, street-fighting machine? You put creativity at the center. Rob Reilly explains how.