Analysis

Brave’s Sophie Russell picks her Desert Island Ads

Sophie Russell is a senior planner at Brave. Desert Island Ads At Brave we are drawn to the braver ads. Not just brave through wacky creativity, but brave enough to challenge a category and comms status quo. Bravery is to ...

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Sadoun faces ‘cynical’ questioning on $4.4bn Epsilon deal

Publicis Groupe CEO Arthur Sadoun has rebutted an analyst’s suggestion that Epsolon – the data company for which he just paid $4.4 billion – was not a particularly coveted prize. During a presentation to analysts, Sadoun was asked why — ...

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Tim Delaney of Leagas Delaney: what great Out of Home advertising means to me

Leagas Delaney chairman and renowned copywriter Tim Delaney is one of the Keynote Speakers at the 60th FEPE International Congress in Dubai from May 1-3. FEPE International represents Out of Home media owners, advertisers, agencies and suppliers worldwide. Here he ...

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Gramercy Park’s Richard Ireland picks his Desert Island Ads

Richard Ireland is managing director of Gramercy Park Studios, the post production house within WPP-owned production giant Hogarth. Gramercy Park has studios in London and New York. Desert Island Ads Gramercy Park Studios offers high end to end post production ...

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Despite all the talk, advertising’s gender pay gap persists

This year’s gender pay gap figures are now public, and it won’t surprise anyone that progress has been slow. It’s disappointing, especially when there seem to be more high profile women running the industry. Annette King (below) is CEO of ...

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Michael Scantlebury of Impero picks his Desert Island Ads

Michael Scantlebury is founder and creative director of Impero. He started life in New Zealand, working on several online start-ups before moving to London in 2009 and starting Impero straight off the boat. His ambition with Impero has always been ...

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