How does Rob Omodiagbe stand out in B2B tech?
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Where you grew up, and where you live now.
I’m a Londoner but haven’t lived there for 20 years. Right now, Sydney, Australia, is home.
What you wanted to be when you grew up.
When I was 13, a high school teacher asked me to imagine my life in 10 years’ time. I muttered something about working in a bank—guessing that if you worked with money, you had some, too. At 16, I was studying maths, physics and economics. I slept through two weeks of economics lessons, then dropped it for art.
A recent project you’re proud of.
Generally, budgets are much lower in B2B tech. We’ve had B2C award recognition with smaller clients, but making progressively more differentiating work for our bigger ones is equally rewarding. Fuji Xerox is an example of that. They recently became Fujifilm Business Innovation Australia. The change in company name and purpose coincided with a pandemic that accelerated the digital transformation of businesses everywhere. We’re positioning them as a guide to help businesses realize the promise of change.
Just Global is chuffed to have Rob Omodiagbe, Executive Creative Director, nominated for Campaign’s Australia/New Zealand Creative Person of the Year.
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