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A 3 Minute Sizzle with: Andy Headington from Adido

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We spend 3 minutes talking to Andy Headington, CEO of award winning digital agency Adido. Andy will be appearing as a panelist at Meetdraw 25 – The 3 Minute Sizzle on Thursday 26 March, when you can have the chance to grill him in your own 3 Minute Sizzle. Tickets are free and available here.

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In 140 characters or less, tell us what your agency does.
Award winning digital agency helping to create memorable experiences for brands using digital technologies

Tell us what you do at the agency
We design & build great looking websites that are easily found on search engines and social networks

And tell us about your favourite piece of work produced by your agency
The site for Olives Et Al

What was your first job? (obviously with a creative context, we’re not too interested in paper rounds and bar work)
Adido – only job I’ ve ever had!

How did you get that first job?
By getting out there and going for it!

What three attributes do you look for in prospective employees?Proactiveness
Desire to learn constantly
Ability to challenge themselves and others

What’s your favourite book?
The Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart

What was the best piece of advice you ever received?
If you’re good you can add years to your life, but it’ s better to add life to your years

And the worst?
…You’re doing it wrong, let me show you how you should do this

Bournemouth seems to be a hotbed of creative talent at the moment, why do you think that is?
I think Bournemouth has always had a great creative scene. But in the last decade I’d say it’s thanks to organisations like Meetdraw bringing the community together to help share ideas and energy, that great things get created and help get the attention that’s been overdue. IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT LONDON!!! The prominence of the University as well as improvements across the whole of Bournemouth by the council in recent years have also helped to make it a great place to live.

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