Creativity, Cannes and Cass Business School

Claire Bridges, author of a new book on creativity in business, reflects on her corporate, consultancy and business school experience and offers the careers advice she would give to her younger self.

Could you live without your smartphone for two months?

London art student and tech-addict 22-year-old Chloe Abrahams is being paid to take a two-month adventure without her smartphone. The trip is being supported by Golin and she will return to a paid placement in their London office.

Students urged to pass on their passion

The annual UCAS Love Learning competition, launched today, offers two £3,000 prizes to students whose entries will inspire the next generation of undergraduate students with a piece of creative writing or a short video.

The converging landscape of creative disciplines

Following a career in advertising, Caroline Blainey has joined what ‘used to be known as a PR consultancy’. She’s well placed to reflect on change and convergence in the creative industries.

Who owns creativity in comms?

John Carolan has joined Unity as Planning Director – a job title more familiar in advertising agencies. Here he explains the continued relevance of the public relations agency in a world where paid and earned media are becoming less distinct. Where can clients turn for creative ideas?