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Digital, Commerce & Creative

Realising a successful business in today’s market requires the right blend of digitisation, commercial insight and creativity.

The Digital, Commerce and Creative team is at the forefront of innovative change keeping pace with the evolving business world. Offering deep industry knowledge and expertise, the team is made of leading practitioners, rising stars and curious thinkers (many with in-house experience) with a desire to help you grow and enhance your business and navigate ever evolving regulatory landscapes.

From AI, technology, NFT’s and blockchain solutions, route to market strategies (such as platforms, agency, distribution and franchise arrangements) and IP heavy deals (such as sponsorship, branded content, talent, licensing and production deals), through to business process outsourcing, sale and purchase of goods and services, media buying, consumer and advisory matters, and regulatory investigations, we provide commercially savvy advice in a manner that helps you to cut through the complexities, manage risk and achieve your goals – that #winning outcome.

We communicate clearly and succinctly. We will tell you if something is ‘market’ or not, and we don’t shy away from numbers. We will tailor our service to your needs, which might mean an end-to-end service on a complex project or a simple ‘red flag’ report of key risks.

Our converged legal offering includes:

Digital, Commerce and Creative

You can view our latest two Digital, Commerce & Creative blog posts below and our full blog here.

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