Planning Above and Beyond
November 2013: Whatever happened to creativity?
Right. Its long overdue that I instituted a review of this 13 year old site to bring it up to date. The first thing you may enjoy is the monthly newsletter. Mail me if you want to be added to the mailing list . Read more….
I have updated the directories of UK agencies. Representing the top agencies in advertising, media, digital, DM and SP, experiential, design and PR. It is always going to be difficult to keep up to date with changes in planning directors but I will do my best at least to ensure that addresses websites and phone numbers stay up to date! The hardest part was setting up the directories in the first place so updating them should be a breeze by comparison.
I shall turn my attention to the bookshop. If you buy a book on the website it goes into a tab which we will drink at least once a year so visit the bookshop and start buying. I promise to put some more recent titles in there!
My name is John Griffiths. I am a communications planner, market researcher, facilitator, trainer and all round marketing thinking and provocateur. The links below will give an indication of the range of things I do and open source projects I havegot involved in.
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|Brand Safari a blog about customers and marketers and the spaces they share||what I’m doing|
|Waggledancersblog for how we motivate people to share and develop strategic ideas||what I’ve done|
|My Blog Further and Faster – contains musings from 2006 on every topic under the sun!||About PAAB website|
|Electric Learning the training company for researchers and marketers that I run||contact me|
Research Talk – a one time collaboration with Surinder Siama – podcasts with interesting people!
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Research Liberation Front Set Research Free - open source group of mischief makers who have brought innovation and fun back into research from London to New York and further afield
|About John Griffiths|
The menu above should provide potential and existing clients with enough information to determine if I’m right for that job you would really like to get done – and deciding if I’ve got the relevant background.
The back catalogue of writing about communications planning and strategy is still here. Just point your mouse at the menu on the left.