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M&C Saatchi Mobile global CEO and founder, James Hilton, has come on board as a judge of this year’s The Drum MOMAs (Marketing on Mobile Awards). Ahead of the MOMAs judging, The Drum catches up with Hilton to discuss developments in the mobile space and his favourite mobile campaigns of 2013.
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