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Box Clever

Issue 58 | March 2021

Who Won What

Issue 10 | March 2009

Patrick Collister reports on the best campaigns and agencies of 2008
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Ouch!

Issue 9 | December 2008

Patrick Collister suggests how direct marketing can lessen the pain of recession
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The View from Baker Street

Issue 9 | December 2008

David Prideaux in London discusses the new rules of creativity
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Cannes Round-Up 2008

Issue 8 | September 2008

As direct increasingly splits into direct direct and indirect direct, are the Lions at risk of becoming irrelevant?
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Letter from the Ed

Issue 8 | September 2008

Patrick Collister gives his highlights from this issue and makes a plea to subscribers...
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Malaysia Makes Its Mark On Direct

Issue 7 | June 2008

Selina Ang gives us a glimpse into the market in Malaysia
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How to get some jam on your 'bread and butter' work

Issue 6 | March 2008

Guest Editor Steve Harrison on the importance of getting the thinking right before the creative begins
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Ho Ho Ho

Issue 5 | December 2007

The agency Christmas card as new business tool
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Raw Deal

Issue 5 | December 2007

How a little client TLC can make good ideas great
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Cannes Round-Up 2007

Issue 4 | September 2007

Once again, Directory's Patrick Collister took to the Croisette with his camcorder to interview some of the great and the good at Cannes. Watch his home movie to find out what the Direct President Rory Sutherland, Direct juror Stuart Stobbs and Direct Grand Prix winner Shackleton's Pablo Alzugaray had to say about this year's winners.
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One Year On

Issue 4 | September 2007

And Directory goes from strength to strength. In Issue 4 we review some of the most recent work in the world of DM.
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There's Sense In DM

Issue 4 | September 2007

Patrick Collister explores some of the ways direct marketing can engage consumers through appealing to their senses.
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Why Down-Under's On Top

Issue 3 | June 2007

We asked a handful of creative luminaries in Australia and New Zealand (though we probably should have asked - and definitely will in the future - creative stars in Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore as well) why they are punching above their weight in international awards shows. So much so that Dave King, formerly of M&C Saatchi in Sydney and now with Proximity back in his native New Zealand, feels strongly that Cannes' policy of having two jurors from the USA each year is unrepresentative. This is what they had to say - both in print and in our 'home movie':
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Looking Back and Looking Forward

Issue 2 | March 2007

Editorial Director Patrick Collister reviews the response to Issue 1 and highlights the best of Issue 2
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