Clemenger BBDO Melbourne's Nick Garrett + Google's Ross Jauncey to discuss technology and creativity at Spikes Asia session

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Technology is accelerating at an unimaginable pace, but is it fuelling your creativity? In this talk, Jauncey will sit down with Garrett to share how their partnership has led to the development of a number of award-winning creative campaigns with technology at their core.

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