Droga5 Sydney: Creative Spirit

To be different is to be creative.

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'What could be more creative than being different?' That's the question posed by Creative Spirit, an initiative launched by Droga5 Sydney, which aims to get every one of the 32,000 registered creative companies in Australia to commit to the trial of a person with a disability by 2021.

Designed to make the creative industry the largest employer of disabled people, the scheme partners with recruitment specialists Break Thru People Solutions to match people to creative companies who sign up. Those on board so far can be seen via a map on the site.

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Credits
Date
Oct 31, 2011
Agency:
Droga5 Sydney
Client:
Droga5 Sydney
Creative Chairman:
David Nobay
Senior Copywriter:
Chris Berents
Senior Art Director:
Andy Fergusson
Executive Digital Producer:
Sora Nobari
Creative Technologist:
Andrew Knott
Senior TV Producer:
Paul Johnston
Director:
Matt Long
Producer:
Juliet Bishop
Sound:
Nylon Studios
Music:
Nylon Studios
Editor:
David Whittaker
Post Production:
Fin Design
Production Company:
Goodoil Films
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