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Carat predicts strong adspend finish to 2016 and a rosyish picture for 2017

Media network Carat has published its updated forecasts for worldwide ad expenditure, showing a positive outlook for the global market in 2016 and a relatively rosy picture for 2017, powered by digital. Based on data from 59 markets across the ...

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Unilever says brands lead to a bright future

Unilever has been busily positioning itself as the Goody Two-Shoes of the commercial world over the past decade or so and now it’s made this ad (more corporate film actually), ‘Bright Future,’ putting its sustainable cards on the table. With ...

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Lord Bell quits Bell Pottinger for new frontières

Lord Bell (Tim to you and me) is quitting as chairman of PR firm Bell Pottinger to set up a new outfit, Sans Frontières. By the sounds of it Sans Frontières will roam the wilder shore of PR and communications, ...

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Grey goes into battle for refugees again at the Olympics

At the Olympics there’s a team of ten refugees competing under the International Olympics Committee’s banner, trying to demonstrate – what exactly? That the IOC has a heart/conscience? That the Games isn’t all about rampant nationalism and doping? Regarding the ...

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WPP backs Turkey with JWT digital agency deal

WPP marches on where others, sometimes, fear to tread. Every now and then you feel its executives might be issued with tin hats. Now its J. Walter Thompson has bought a majority stake in WANDA Digital which is described as ...

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