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November 25, 2011 / davebirss

What would you ask Sir John Hegarty?

Next up on my forthcoming interviews we have Sir John Hegarty.

Few people have had such an impact on British advertising as this man. And I’m over the moon that I’ve managed to grab some of his time.

I’ll be talking to him about his book. And asking him about the future of the industry.

But what would you like to ask him?

Fire away in the comments area.

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  1. rick kiesewetter / Nov 26 2011 7:32 pm

    CEO of Etsy, Rob Kalin said: Advertising is just carried over from when before the internet existed.

    Advertising should open in the head, now it opens with a mouse. How has this changed the way we think and develop ideas?

    • davebirss / Nov 26 2011 8:49 pm

      Nice quote!

      Reminds me of “Advertising’s the tax you have to pay on having a bad product”!

      Cheers 😀

      • rick kiesewetter / Nov 27 2011 12:04 am

        Cool. Make sure I get an answer. Also, I’m sure they’ll be interest from the Miami ad students this week.

  2. Martin Headon / Nov 28 2011 12:25 am

    What is the most exciting campaign you’ve seen (outside of BBH) in the last year?

  3. Samuel Palin (@samuelpalin) / Dec 1 2011 5:16 pm

    Q: Did you consciously go into business with other people with hilarious surnames?

  4. SimonTheisJensen / Dec 1 2011 7:29 pm

    Who is your biggest inspiration ? and why ?

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