Here you’ll be able to discuss topics, issues and opinions that affect us as brands, citizens and commentators. The live Twitter debates will focus on a variety of subjects, ranging from the latest intelligence in the communications industry, to thought provoking executions in the creative world. Hosted by a selection of our finest minds, Saatchi Chat brings together leaders and commentators for a charged, online debate.
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Is The High Street Dying and Do We Care?
22 Feb 2012
@on_jay asks who will be the Mad Men of adland in 2020?
22 Mar 2012
What is the role of an ad agency in social media?
14 Jun 2012
Magnus joined Saatchi & Saatchi London in November 2011. Magnus graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History. Previously working as Managing Director of our sister agency Fallon, Magnus ran business for BT, Bacardi UK, Budweiser, Orange, BBC, Eurostar, Unilever, The Coca Cola Company, Cadbury and Grazia (having helped launch the UK’s weekly fashion bible).
Matt oversees the role of advertising in a connected world at Saatchi & Saatchi. Matt strives to identify and integrate areas of insight, creativity and best practice into the group’s integrated output; facilitating process, philosophy and knowledge, whilst fostering innovation throughout all departments as well as our clients.
Richard oversees the strategic advice the agency provides to its clients, and is charged with ensuring the effectiveness of its creative output. Richard writes one of the UK’s most influential advertising blogs, www.adliterate.com, and is a regular columnist on brands and advertising. He is also a member of the IPA’s Strategy Group.
Andrzej drives compelling content solutions for clients. His remit includes evolving the Saatchi & Saatchi creative offering through participation planning, content partnerships, new technology and emerging media. He has worked on a range of brands and projects including Toyota, European Tour, T-Mobile, VISA Europe, NSPCC, Pampers, Ariel and Head & Shoulders
As Executive Creative Director, Kate is charged with evolving Saatchi & Saatchi from an advertising agency, into an ideas company. The transformation is fortified with Kate’s successfull implementation of a truly integrated cross-media approach to creativity. Before arriving at Saatchi & Saatchi, Kate co-founded creative agency BoymeetsGirl.
Paul is one of the most prolific and awarded creative people in the industry and regularly appears on advertising “who‘s who” lists and awards judging panels. Before joining Saatchi & Saatchi, Paul worked as a creative consultant to brand owners and agencies; prior to this, his previous agencies include Leo Burnett where he produced the “Bear” spot for John West Salmon.
Chris is the Worldwide Account Director on Kraft Foods overseeing the agency’s global output on brands like Cadbury, Milka, Trident, Capri Sun & Kool-Aid in 40 countries. He is also Vice Chairman of Europe, Middle East & Africa for the SSF Group.
Saint’s role involves strategic and operational leadership on digital integration for our P&G Brands. He is tasked with ensuring we are leading with innovation and smart thinking for today’s consumers and brands. Previously Managing Partner at TBWA, Saint was responsible for running BT, Nike, Channel 5, Dulux, P&G, Electrolux and Apple