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Tuesday, 27 November 2012

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Almostalwaysthinking

London 2012 is a brilliant case study - and I agree that Perfect Pitch is a brilliant book.

I made my last agency buy a copy of Perfect Pitch - and then buy two more because it was out so much being read :)

I went to hear Daryl Goodrich, director of the ‘Sport at Heart’ and ‘Inspiration‘ films that formed part of the olympic bid talk about them in 2007 (!) You can view them here: http://darylgoodrich.com/showcase/

john dodds

If one person writes the pitch, should it follow that one person delivers it?

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