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See what's in the latest issue of The Drum (3 September issue) – From disruption to faded denim

The latest issue of The Drum includes our Search Top 50 supplement, where we reveal the top individuals in search marketing as voted for by our readers.

Creative Review: 

Open all hours

<strong>Open all hours</strong>

From shoppable content and personalisation, to pop-ups and ‘switcher’ shoppers - retail experts give the inside track on what lies ahead for the industry.

Faded denim

<strong>Faded denim</strong>

As Lee Jeans celebrates its 125th birthday, Laura Tan asks whether this once iconic denim brand is still relevant in an era of increased competition.

The change agent

<strong>The change agent</strong>

Stephen Lepitak calls on R/GA London boss Matt Lodder to find out how agencies can guide clients through this disrupted landscape.

Search Top 50

<strong>Search Top 50</strong>

This dedicated supplement reveals the top 50 individuals in search marketing who are making an impact in this exciting, constantly evolving sector, as voted for by our online readers.

Blackwell’s Britain Supplement – Manchester

<strong>Blackwell’s Britain Supplement – Manchester</strong>

Lewis Blackwell, former editor-in-chief and publisher of Creative Review, visits Manchester this month as part of his tour of the UK’s creative hubs.

This issue also includes

<strong>This issue also includes</strong>
  • Creative Showcase – A round-up of the best new creative work, featuring Grey London, Iris Worldwide, Mr President and more.
  • Girl Guides – Mumsnet founder Justine Roberts talks tech, working parents and closing the gender gap.
  • The latest Buzz – The Drum's very own Gossip columnist Claire Snare offers up a peek at the more salacious side of the industry in our new gossip column, Vibrator.
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