The Second-Screen Win: How Advertisers Should Play The Super Bowl

If you’ve watched a lot of football this year, the odds are you’ve heard references to new efficiency metrics like DVOA and EPA. You may have noticed teams getting more aggressive on fourth down and two-point conversions. These are two of the visible signs of the analytics revolution hitting the NFL.

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Getting Out of London

For a long time, many people in “Adland” have seen London as the only real location option in the UK for building a meaningful career. Yet if you were offered the ideal role, perks, benefits, better work-life balance and career progression, surely, you’d consider it even if it was outside of London?

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