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It’s All About Anthropology, Stupid…
13 May 2015 by Richard Parsons

It’s All About Anthropology, Stupid…

We like to think we buy a top-notch BMW because of its beautiful engineering, its performance, comfort and reliability. We probably really buy one because we think it’ll help us get laid, or differentiate us from the riff-raff.

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Spock or Captain James T. Kirk?
30 April 2015 by Richard Parsons

Spock or Captain James T. Kirk?

Why is B2B marketing so boring? How did it happen? These are kinds of questions that keep me awake at night. Does that make me odd? Perhaps. But then I’m passionate about B2B and, as I’ve said, I’m on a mission.

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Reviving the Art of Storytelling
23 April 2015 by Richard Parsons

Reviving the Art of Storytelling

Our fundamental belief is that we are all storytellers. As human beings we evolved telling stories around the camp fire.

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Love, Hate and Cocktail Parties
20 April 2015 by Richard Parsons

Love, Hate and Cocktail Parties

There’s no getting away from it: business to business marketing is boring. It’s the Cinderella at the Marcoms Ball. But whereas Cinderella turns into a beautiful princess and finally bags her prince, B2B is destined to remain sweeping the fireplace unless we up our game.

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Our Industry is Broken; Let’s Fix It
19 April 2015 by Richard Parsons

Our Industry is Broken; Let’s Fix It

At True, we fundamentally believe that something is wrong with B2B advertising; something is broken. We have an opportunity as marketers to change that. After all, we should always be trying to improve what we do, right?

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5 Things We Do To Develop a Creative Culture
13 April 2015 by Tessa McCaffrey

5 Things We Do To Develop a Creative Culture

It doesn’t happen overnight of course, but why shouldn’t developing a creative culture start from day one? I have a strong belief that creating a creative culture doesn’t just happen – it needs to be planned for. Here are our five starting points.

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