Reuben  Turner

Reuben Turner

Creative director , Good Agency from 2008

Reuben Turner is creative director at the Good Agency and oversees the agency's digital and direct creative output.

A copywriter and creative for over ten years, his career began at Proximity London where he started as a junior copywriter, eventually rising to oversee the agency's charity division.

In 2006 Reuben became creative director at Cascaid before it joined the Good Agency Group in 2008 and he continued in this role.

 

 

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On mobiles and money . Is PSMS really the future for fundraising?

With mobile payments in the ascendancy are direct debits on a path to redundancy? If so, it could be a good thing for relationships in fundraising, says Reuben Turner.

Hydra

They are thousands of years old, but the lessons from Greek mythology still ring true today. Reuben Turner looks at how they provide useful insight for fundraisers.

Make your Christmas fundraising appeal into a Christmas story

With Christmas a mere 90 days away, Reuben Turner encourages charities to make sure their festive fundraising appeal becomes part of people's tradition.

Fundraisers should be single-minded but not small-minded

Single-mindedness in fundraising is effective, says Reuben Turner, but it can cause small-mindedness which works against our charities and our profession.

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