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Let's Do The Right Thing

Stevie Spring, 50th Episode Special

Season 4, Ep. 34

To celebrate our 50th episode, we welcome a legend of the industry. Stevie Spring's illustrious career glitters with some of the UK's biggest and best known brands. On top of this, she's a Fellow of both the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising and of the Marketing Society, and holds an honorary doctorate for services to business. This is a remarkable listen that takes us from Stevie's first experience on a Board, aged 16, through her time as Chief Exec at Clear Channel, and her incredible revitalisation of Children In Need. Presented by our own luminary, Adam Hopkinson.

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