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Rosie Arnold, Deputy Executive Creative Director, BBH London

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9:21 AM | 11 September 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Having only ever worked at BBH, Rosie Arnold joined the industry from Central St Martins in 1984, after doing freelance work for the agency. A week after finishing she then joined BBH, only the 11th employee.
 
For those studying get in with agencies with a bit of freelance work whilst you can, it could be your easiest pass into the industry.

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