Intel CEO Paul Otellini speaks during his keynote address at the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco, California September 13, 2011.
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Intel changed its slogan from "Sponsors of tomorrow," which it has been using since May 2009, to "Look inside." VP of marketing Deborah Conrad told the New York Times, “‘Sponsors of tomorrow’ didn’t leverage our heritage as much as ‘Look inside’ does... ‘Look inside’ is a call to action, and ‘Intel inside’ says, ‘Hey, here I am.’” Intel will be using Venables Bell & Partners as its creative agency as opposed to the roster system, as it had in the past.
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