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Advertising / Marketing / Branding at Bright Blue Day

Q: What is your job and what does your typical day involve?

A: I'm the Managing Director. It means i'm responsible for what happens day-to-day within the agency, as well as setting the future direction and strategy for the business. It means my days are pretty varied. Sometimes I'm holed up in company meetings or sorting out the issues that inevitably come up. The best days are still when I'm involved in client work, whether thats pitching for new business, or working with clients on developing the innovative and creative solutions Bright Blue Day is famous for.

Q: How did you decide that you wanted to be a part of your industry?

A: I need a creative job - and one that pushes me mentally - this industry gives both.

Q: What do you enjoy most about your industry?

A: Variety and pace. It never stops.

Q: Since starting your job, what's your greatest achievement?

A: Hard to pick one, I could highlight certain pieces or work or projects, but on balance I think its about building a team and reputation capable of delivering great work.

Q: Where were you born, and what made you come to Bournemouth?

A: I was born in Surrey, but grew up in Bournemouth. After 15 years in London, what brought me back was a recognition that Bournemouth was uniquely placed to challenge other city hubs.

Q: What do you remember about your first day at your job?

A: It was sunny!

Q: When you were a child, what did you want to be?

A: Older.

Q: When was the last time you learnt something new?

A: Today. Cliche but true.

Q: What was your first job?

A: Sales.

Q: How are your company's Christmas parties?

A: Awesome.

Q: What was the best advice somebody gave you?

A: Don't listen to advice.

Q: What would you name the autobiography of your life?

A: Where's my pencil.

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