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The Roundtable #40: Creative Leaders Call for More Transparency

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This edition of The Roundtable brings out the hard truth that’s been growing for years – brands are no longer in control. We partnered with this year’s edition of the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, Lions Live, to have some of the most experienced creatives and marketers answer our questions on this matter:

· Ann Mukherjee, Chairman & CEO, North America at Pernod Ricard

· Pepe Aguilar, Former President & CCO at Grey Wing New York

· Luis Miguel Messianu, Founder, Creative Chairman, CEO at Alma

· Ronald Ng, Global Chief Creative Officer at Isobar

· Susan Credle, Global Chief Creative Officer at FCB Global

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The Roundtable #40

We publish multiple issues throughout the year, focusing on the experiences, knowledge, and opinions of industry thought leaders from across the globe. These periodical issues are collections of interviews and articles featuring international experts from a variety of branding's domains, speaking on both current and future trends.

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