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  • Top people

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    • 1 Ogilvy & Mather @Ogilvy

      Official twitter feed of Ogilvy & Mather.

    • 2 Cannes Lions @Cannes_Lions

      The world's biggest get-together of people interested in creativity. This year's Festival: 17–24 June.

    • 3 Khai @ThamKhaiMeng

      Loves marshmallows! Never tried coffee. Worldwide Chief Creative Officer @Ogilvy

    • 4 scott cullather @scullather

      Founder & Global Managing Partner @inVNT a brand communications agency that changes the way people think, feel, behave & perform. http://t.co/Hl7YHc1ZJw

    • 5 JARED LETO @JaredLeto

      LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS & ARTIFACT both available on #iTunes. not all tweets my own

    • 7 Campaign @Campaignmag

      The world’s leading business magazine for the advertising, marketing and media communities. Marketing: @MarketingUK, Media: @MediaWeek, Jobs: @CampaignJobsUK

    • 8 Dronie @dronie

      Your official source for a unique view of #CannesLions via Twitter. Follow us to see #dronie clips; follow @TwitterAds for festival highlights!

    • 9 Twitter Advertising @TwitterAds

      Twitter’s place for marketers, agencies, and creative thinkers ⭐ Bringing you insights, news, updates, and inspiration.

    • 10 Adweek @Adweek

      The leading source for news, insight and community for marketers, media and agencies. Join #AdweekChat each Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET.

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