The Naked Brand
Welcome to the Advertising Revolution

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Jeff

What we learned in the documentary is that advertising can help save the world. I know that sounds crazy because we’re an industry that’s basically known for obfuscation and duplicity. It took about a year of making this documentary before I realized yes, advertising can in fact save the ...Read more

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Powerful film about the future of marketing and branding.

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