Twenty/Twenty mentoring: don’t just take our word for it!
We’ve brought together a variety of quotes from previous mentees whose businesses have directly benefited from Twenty/Twenty across the years.
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Further and faster than the competition: design transformation in motion
We explore how, with Judith Stracey at the helm as Chairman, White Logistics embedded design to transform the company's fortunes and deliver 70% profits.
Connecting design to strategy and the value of ‘design enculturation’
With case studies from IBM and GE Healthcare, read about the impact of strategically embedding design in an organisation, starting from the c-suite.
Poking, stoking and provoking
From uncovering unforeseen opportunities for innovation to provoking clients and colleagues to think differently – two DBA members tell us about the value of their roles.
Conversations for entrepreneurial creatives
Blair Enns and David C Baker’s conversations on the art of creative entrepreneurship offer gems of insight all agency owners should consider. The podcasts have got our Head of Services Adam Fennelow hooked. Find out why.
skyr: An innovative presence in a crowded market
New yogurt skyr became a £12.2 million brand in only thirteen months, handing global dairy company Arla Foods serious success in the UK market.
Transform through the art of listening
Roberta Ronsivalle-Pearce dissects the importance in the art of listening and its impacts on personal and professional relationships.
Where have all the design agencies gone?
The CEO of BrandOpus, Nir Wegrzyn, discusses the decline in design agency representation at the Cannes Design Lions and the need to celebrate the impact and difference that true design makes.
Rosters – a recipe for success
Many organisations need to work with numerous creative partners, either because of the range of media for which they are responsible or because of the quantity of work. Managed correctly, this multiple agency requirement can be capitalised on as an opportunity.