I’d been emailing Peter for a while, ever since I started doing the podcast.
By chance, though, we found we were both going to be at this year’s Creative North conference in Manchester.
So, after a busy day – and just before hitting the post-conference drinks party – we found a little nook at the venue and sat down to chat.
Peter has written for big agencies such as Saatchi & Saatchi and Ogilvy, as well as for many big brands, such as Vodafone, Cisco and Nokia.
It was a pleasure to be able to spend some time chatting to him and I hope you enjoy the conversation.
We talk about authenticity, about the creative process and about how traditional in-person sales can be so useful in modern copywriting.
As it was recorded during the conference, there is some background noise on this one, but having listened back myself, I think it’s OK.
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NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Peter J Stephen is a copywriter and speaker. He has written for agencies such as Ogilvy and Saatchi & Saatchi as well as numerous big-name brands, like Vodafone, Nokia,MasterCard, Cisco and Adobe. You can find out more about Peter by visiting his website here.
Glenn Fisher is an author, speaker and copywriter. His first book, The Art of the Click is an Amazon bestseller and was shortlisted for the Business Book Awards 2019. It’s published by Harriman House and available now on Amazon here.
You can find more about the Creative North conference here.
You can find out more about Peter’s son, Connor, by following him on Twitter here.
The Good Soldier Svejk by Jaroslav Hasek is available on Amazon here.
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Until then, I hope you enjoy this latest episode of the podcast.