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Roger Mavity

In the 1970s, Terence Conran plucked Stephen Bayley from the obscurity of provincial academe to do his good works. One result was The Boilerhouse Project, promoting design in London's V&A, which became the most successful gallery of the eighties. Another result was the influential Design Museum. Stephen has since become one of the world's best-known commentators on design and popular culture.

Roger Mavity had been hired by Terence many times and fired nearly as often. First at the French Gold Abbott ad agency where Roger won the Habitat advertising account; then at two more agencies including Mavity Gilmore, his own business. In 2006 he became Chief Executive of Conran Holdings, Terence's business empire, where he stayed for seven years. Roger also ran his own ad agency for ten years and was Chief Executive of Granada Group's technology and leisure divisions for another ten years. He quit business to work as a writer and photographer.

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Interview with Roger Mavity, author of The Rule Breaker's Book of Business

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Interview with Roger Mavity, author of The Rule Breaker's Book of Business

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