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Does a planner need a portfolio?

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12:15 PM | 23 January 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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It used the be the case that purely creatives would carry around a portfolio, not so much any more. David Adamson from Fallon London outlines why planners should also have a portfolio to promote their skills.

“Get a solid story, make sure you’re really clear on what your own brand is.”

David explains how for sometime he has had a portfolio to help him share his story, his interest for the industry and his work.

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