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Our trip to Cambridge University

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15:20 PM | 1 November 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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We took a visit to Cambridge University for the first time with BBH London, R/GA and Quantcast in tow, watch the videos and see how everything went down.

Last week, Futurerising burst through the doors of Cambridge University for the first time, bringing with us a bunch of fantastic speakers and a loud, annoying cameraman. Does anyone know how to turn the shutter sound off?

We were asked to inform the students of how a modern agency operates and our speakers didn't disappoint. Donald from Futurerising set the tone with an overview of the current relationship between brands and agencies. Next up it was Amit Kotecha from Quantcast who blew everyone's mind by showing how data is changing the way agencies and consumers behave. 

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