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John Horsley
John Horsley 23 September 2013
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Inspiration - Meet Justin Cooke, CEO of WPP's largest digital agency

Our very own Michael Nutley catches up with POSSIBLE's Justin Cooke on the the lead up to Digital Doughnut's biggest and most ambitious event yet, Inspiration on the 31st of October.

Our very own Michael Nutley catches up with POSSIBLE’s Justin Cooke on the the lead up to Digital Doughnut’s biggest and most ambitious event yet, Inspiration on the 31st of October. 



 

Justin Cooke

CEO

Possible
 

Justin is the UK CEO of POSSIBLE, WPP Digital’s largest global digital agency and the current Chair of the British Interactive Media Association. A University of Manchester Drama graduate who majored in Computers and Theatre, Justin’s early career included creative roles with BBC Films, Universal Music and United News and Media.

He now spends his time running an agency geared up to harness digital’s power to change the world in transformational and measurable ways working with global clients like AEGON, BP, Canon, Procter & Gamble, Richemont and Visa.

He is proud to be a member of the Digital Advisory Board of The British Museum and has recently been working with the British Government as a Digital Capabilities Reviewer. In May 2012 Wired Magazine listed Justin in its Top 100 survey of Britain’s top digital power-brokers. In June 2013 Econsultancy ranked him the second most influential person in UK digital - which means that he really must try harder.

Hear Justin and other fantastic speakers talk at Inspiration on the 31st of October at the Royal Geographic Society, London - http://digitaldoughnut.com/inspiration 

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