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Awkward things clients say that drive you crazy

We've gathered some of the worst/hilarious/awkward things clients say to get it all out of your system in one fail swoop.

  1. London hotspots for getting your work done

    London professional, Tom Withers-Green, on the best places in London to grab a coffee and get your work done.

  2. Paper fires the brain

    Tony Cullingham, Watford Ad School, thinks we should step away from screens to find much greater success on paper. Do you agree?

  3. Five jobs that will exist in 10 years

    We're casting an eye into the future and making some predictions on what the next generation could be doing from nine to five.

  4. London, according to a northerner

    Northerner and FutureRising Intern, Henry Nice, gives his insight into what it's like working in the north and south of England.

  5. My first day on placement at the FutureRising Office

    Office newbie, Jordan Statham, tells us about his first day on placement at FutureRising HQ.

  6. 7 logos the world did not need

    These logos were met with dismay and mocking, take a look for yourself.

  7. 6 surprising things about the media industry

    Interested in a career in the digital media industry? Industry pro, Elspeth Spelzini shares few insights about the world of media.

  8. The Planning bootcamp

    Sharvari Dorwat attended a recent advertising planning bootcamp at FutureRising, she shares her experience from the day and some of the key take aways.

  9. The evolution of creativity

    Dipika Rangasami explores the meaning behind being creative and how the term previously reserved for specialist creators is todays hottest word in every industry.

  10. Advertising and its psychological grip over us

    Nikhil Nair, a recent advertising and media graduate, explores the psychological power of advertising over consumers.

  11. The Four 'Non Rules' of Concepting

    Jeremy Garner, Executive Creative Director at Hiveworks, gives his four 'non rules' for coming up with ideas.

  12. Pokémon Go: Staring into the void - the void is ‘super-effective’

    As Pokémon Go continues to send people chasing their dreams of becoming the next Pokémon master, let’s pause and reflect on the reasons for this game’s success and what it may potentially mean for the future of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.

  13. Why I refused the big paycheck

    Aditi Ajmera talks openly about her decision turn her back on finance in India to follow her dream to work in marketing and advertising.

  14. Virtual reality is bringing us to our own reality

    Recently virtual reality technology and 360 videos have become a big thing for brands around the world. Frederico Roberto takes a look at their impact and how it will bring us closer to brands.

  15. Paula Radcliffe: A Lesson in Crisis Management

    Sian Bayley, English Literature student at Oxford University, considers the PR strategies used to combat the recent allegations made against Paula Radcliffe.

  16. Simplify

    Frederico Roberto, Associate Creative Director at VML London, stresses the importance of simplicity when working on campaigns.

  17. Book review: Fashion School Survival Guide by Ezinma Mbonu

    We take a look at Ezinma Mbonu’s new book Fashion School Survival Guide (Laurence King Publishing, 2015) an essential handbook for the aspiring fashion designer.

  18. Book review: Marketing Fashion: Strategy, Branding and Promotion

    We take a look at Harriet Posner’s new book Marketing Fashion: Strategy, Branding and Promotion - a practical guide of fundamental principles.

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