Dave Trott is the author of Creative Mischief and Predatory Thinking and founded four award-winning ad agencies. Born in east London, he went to art school in New York on a Rockefeller Scholarship. From there he began an illustrious career in advertising, as part of the creative team behind 'Hello Tosh Gotta Toshiba', 'Aristonandonandon', the Cadbury Flake ads and many, many more. Dave's agency - Gold Greenlees Trott - was voted Agency of the Year by Campaign magazine, and Most Creative Agency in the World by Ad Age in New York. In 2004 he was given the D&AD President's Award for lifetime achievement in advertising.
RT @AtomicAdMan: Absolutely...yes. Say something that matters. https://t.co/nvxUWiRavl
by @davetrott - an hour ago
RT @crisbalanzo: @philbarden @opento @davetrott I believe that there's a false dichotomy btw rational and emotional. we need to translate t…
RT @andydips: So true. All too often I think we've forgotten we're here to sell. Pass the mayo please, and can I have some more cucumber? h…
RT @broady964: Another winner from @davetrott
less of the how and more of the what
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by @davetrott - 2 hours ago
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THE TEN CONDIMENTS OF ADVERTISING - 9 hours ago
You know how salad ingredients are pretty boring on their own? Lettuce, tomato, cucumber. On their own they don’t have much taste. So we add some mayonnaise, and pretty soon we have a tasty salad. Fresh and crispy … Continue reading →
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