When I sit in meetings, I doodle. And mostly what I draw are caricatures of the people I’m meeting with.
To share my drawings, I’ve started a new blog called TurkelDoodles where I post my drawings and link them to my subjects’ sites.
Some of my recent caricatures on the blog include Glen Senk, the president of Anthropologie; George Soros; Jorge Lomonaco, (at right) the counsel general of Mexico; and Peter Diamandis, the brains behind the X-Prize.
Come take a look, scroll through the index of caricatures, and see if you—or anyone you know—has made the list.
In the ’90s multi-national advertising agencies began unbundling their services, allowing their clients to buy only what they thought they needed. This “salad bar business” model once thought so radical is now not only the norm but seems to be what clients insist on.
Adweek Magazine reports that the Corporate Executive Board’s (CEB) Advertising and Marketing Communications Roundtable says “that the traditional, static model of a single ad agency or a fixed roster of agencies working on a brand is being supplanted by an open-source model.”
The CEB suggests their clients seek numerous partners “whose proximity to individual consumer segments equips them with the knowledge needed to craft deeply resonant communications.”
Read the whole story.
And notice how Google stays on top with planned and on-going change, improving their product, expanding revenue sources, and making their brand more and more powerful. They continue to show why Google is a verb AND a noun. Read the whole story. VIA Bob Wright