Studio Sense: Introducing Issue No. 3

Welcome to the third of our Studio Sense series of supplements from Creative Review


This bi-annual series of publications was launched in response to extensive research with our readers. One of the things you asked us for was more information and help on practical issues around running a creative department or creative business. Out of this research, Studio Sense was born and it has proved extremely popular with readers.

In this latest instalment, we are looking at how to set up and run a creative co-op, how to source brilliant creative talent and how to take your creative team from good, to great. We also have a timely reminder of the power of print as a creative medium and some great advice about how to build your personal brand.

Studio Sense Issue No. 3

Changing the world one co-op at a time

Respecting Print

Untapped creative opportunity

How to take your creative team from good to great

Five personal branding strategies every creative needs to know

We would like to thank all our partners – Stocksy United, Tradeprint, Zealous, Vitamin T and HostGator – and hope that you continue to find Studio Sense a valuable and helpful addition to Creative Review.

If you would like to be in our next Studio Sense supplement, please contact Rebecca Gordon,

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