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Stephen is a former editor of Marketing Week and London Evening Standard advertising columnist. He wrote City Republic for Brand Republic and is a partner in communications consultancy The Editorial Partnership.

Campaign shows it can still party at Cannes

Campaign shows it can still party at Cannes

Good to see that Campaign could still throw a pretty good party at last week’s Cannes Lions. And doesn’t the logo/typography (on the sail-type banners) still look great? Almost a lost art of course, and all thanks to eccentric Swiss ...

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Omnicom agencies to move into giant London HQ

Omnicom agencies to move into giant London HQ

Omnicom is close to securing 370,000 sq. ft. of office space in London’s newly-fashionable South Bank area, the former RBS office at 2/3 Bankside, just off Southwark Street south of the River Thames. The US-owned marcoms giant has been looking ...

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WPP and Ogilvy claim Cannes 2014 network crowns

WPP and Ogilvy claim Cannes 2014 network crowns

Cannes 2014: WPP is claiming the crown as ‘holding company of the year’ at Cannes 2014 and says that its star network, Ogilvy & Mather, is the highest-scoring network for the third year in a row, beating Omnicom’s BBDO once ...

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’24 Hours of Happy’ is Cannes creative highlight

’24 Hours of Happy’ is Cannes creative highlight

Cannes 2014: You’ve probably had enough Cannes by now (if you’re an England football supporter you’ve probably had enough of life – what is Luis Suarez on?) but we ought to note, belatedly, the achievement of Pharrell Williams’ ’24 Hours ...

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HelloFlo tampons throws a party for periods

HelloFlo tampons throws a party for periods

This is verging on genius: a new film from HelloFlo – which describes itself as a ‘tampon subscription service’ – promoting (I was going to say plugging) its Period Starter Kit. No agency involved as far as I can see ...

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