Author Archives: Emma Hall

Emma Hall is a journalist and editorial consultant and is the former Europe Editor of Ad Age, where she covered European marketing advertising, digital and media stories. She has written for newspapers including the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Times and the Telegraph, and was previously a section editor at Campaign. Emma started her career in New York as a researcher for a biography of Keith Richards.

Ete Davis joins Dentsu as creative COO for UK and Europe

It was never going to be long before Ete Davis was snapped up. He quit his role as CEO of Engine in January, ahead of the £77.5m sale to Next 15 in March, and is now joining Dentsu as EMEA ...

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Nationwide and VCCP use ‘the power of words’ to tackle bullying in schools

As a mutual building society Nationwide takes its social purpose seriously, and this new campaign by VCCP celebrates a partnership with The Diana Award focused on an anti-bullying message. The film, set in a primary school, tells real life stories ...

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Pro-war ‘Z’ symbol removed from Zurich Insurance branding

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, the letter “Z” has become a powerful and controversial symbol of Putin’s war, which clearly throws its presence as a brand icon for Zurich Insurance into question. Zurich, one of Europe’s biggest insurers, has removed the ...

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Wonderhood wishes us an ‘Unhappy Mother’s Day’ for Pregnant then Screwed

Fed up of the lack of affordable childcare, campaigning organisation Pregnant Then Screwed has teamed up with Wonderhood Studios to vent their frustration. The result is a series of Unhappy Mother’s Day cards which subvert the usual sugar-coated Mother’s Day ...

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EasyJet rebrands for the ‘nextGen’ traveller in new campaign

This week a Boeing 737 crashed over China killing 132 people, and there have been lots of news stories about airport delays due to lack of staff. It’s not an easy time for the travel industry, but the dropping of ...

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