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How the Droga5 founder has changed Accenture—and how it has changed him.
Accenture chose the new name because it was simple and surprising and because ‘song is the most enduring and relevant form of communication globally.’
The Accenture Life Trends 2023 report identifies the cultural shifts impacting brand loyalty, the workplace and decentralization technologies in the coming year.
To illustrate the possibility that it could disappear in the next few decades due to rising sea levels, Tuvalu teamed with global creative agency The Monkeys, part of Accenture Song, and Collider to co-create the beginnings of a digital nation.
UN Women Australia’s latest campaign – created by The Monkeys, part of Accenture Song – highlights that we’ll see robo-farms, humans walking on Mars, and a Moon colony before we reach global gender equality.
Accenture Song released the latest installment of the ‘Nothing can do what a soldier can do’ campaign for The British Army.
Droga5’s Scott Bell shares insights from working on Molson Coors’s first in-game Super Bowl ads in 33 years.
In an interview with Econsultancy, Accenture Song’s Pritesh Gadhia shares his opinions on the metaverse and the future of brand marketing.
Accenture Song’s David Droga and Nick Law sat down with Forbes to talk abut the evolving nature of the creative process.