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Now’s Townshend crafts Louie the Loo for WaterAid

You would miss your loo if it wasn’t working for whatever reason – if you didn’t have one at all it would be life threatening. This is the theme of London agency Now creative director John Townshend’s film for tomorrow’s ...

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Engine Group is HMG’s forces’ favourite with combined Royal Navy and RAF recruitment win

The coalition government may have been driving agencies up the wall with its convoluted selection and procurement policies (now via the newly-constituted Government Communications Service) but Peter Scott’s Engine Group seems to have mastered the art of form-filling. Engine has ...

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Exclusive: David Droga on why Droga5 is different

  In just seven years Droga (above), 45 and one of his six children raised in Australia, has created an agency that ranks with BBH and Wieden+Kennedy (both 30 years old) as one of the best in the world, one ...

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IPA slams government procurement e-auctions

The UK IPA Council, which consists of representatives of leading creative and media agencies, has passed an unprecedented vote of no confidence in the Government Procurement Service, which has replaced the COI as the body that selects agencies for over ...

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Can Ogilvy’s ads bring European Parliament to life?

Elections are always with us (we’re supposed to be in the early stages of the next British General Election and it doesn’t happen until May 2015). And, of course, we’ve got the forthcoming referendum on Scottish independence, which promises to ...

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