With a degree in semiotic, Bruno Bertelli joined his first agency in New York as an intern in Saatch & Saatchi. He remained in New York for two years as a junior copywriter for Wurtzel and Glenn and De Plano Group.
Back in Italy he has worked for RAI, the state Italian television, as programmer author before rejoining the ADworld at Publicis.
He moved to JWT in 1998 as a senior copywriter working on clients such as Unilever, Nestlé and Heineken.
In 2008 he becomes Deputy Creative Director always in JWT Milan and in 2010 he has been nominated Creative Director of JWT Rome, maintaining his role and his clients in JWT Milan.
Together with Cristiana Boccassini, Bruno is the most awarded Italian creative and can boast 17 Lions at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, of which six are gold. A Grand Clio, a Grand Prix at ADCE, Eurobest, silver at The One Show, an Andy Award, a silver pencil at the D&AD, as well as many other national and international creative awards.
In December 2010 he joined Publicis Italy as Executive Creative Director with Cristiana Boccassini.
Retain talent, attract talent, and build partnership- Britton focuses on the value of people and relationships in his career.
Momentum Worldwide CCO Jon Ham explains his interesting theory on “connected protagonists” and reveals the challenges produced the current generation.
The Belgian proved refreshing honest in his interview -a quality paramount to him being chosen for the Jury for another year.
Deutsch NY have a strong and dynamic partnership in the shape of their two young Group Creative directors- Morgan Carroll and Jeremy Bernstein.They dropped into our studio to talk about Deutsch, their campaigns and the challenging world we live in.
Gagné- Atmosphere Proximity’s Executive Creative Director believes “the internet changed everything, and social changed the internet”.The world of advertising is in a constant state of flux.
The digital mastermind leading Sapient Nitro iThink to conquer the South Americas and beyond- Marcelo Tripoli called into our Adforum studio for an interview.
Sometimes two is better than one! The dynamic duo of Shulman and Ginsberg bounce ideas off each other to create an interactive dialogue and an interesting interview for Adforum.
Personally loved Koepkes suggestion for an Adforum tagline which he proposed towards the end of the interview…
The absolutely delightful Pablo Del Campo – a traditional man but a forward-thinking and creative one.
With over two decades of experience in marketing, communications and digital Hayes is sure to have some interesting things to say in response to our Adforum questions.
James Hilton; you refreshing bastion of brute honesty- I salute you.
Nelson joined Mark for a discussion about the ever-evolving realm of digital and his ideas and ideals for the future.