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Everything you need to know from Advertising Week Europe 2014

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13:40 PM | 9 April 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Here's the low down on all the trends, best talks and which agencies came out on top at Advertising Week Europe 2014.

We were very lucky to be invited along to Advertising Week Europe 2014 (AWE). During the week a host of panels, talks, and other events took place aimed at inspiring and imparting knowledge to the thousands of attendees. People from all over the advertising, marketing and media industries soaked in as much knowledge they could: creatives, account executives, media planners, CEOs, producers, directors, media owners and hundreds of students.

We’ve covered AWE on the FutureRising Twitter feed so if you’ve been following us, you no doubt saw our updates throughout the week. But in case you missed anything, here’s everything you need to know about Advertising Week Europe.

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