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FCB Inferno’s Winterbourne joins indie Impero as MD

FCB Inferno CMO Emily Winterbourne is joining independent creative agency Impero as MD. She is the second holding company exec to make the leap recently, following in the footsteps of Saatchi & Saatchi MD (and former CMO) Larissa Vince to ...

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Dentsu adds to global agency gloom, slipping back in 2019

Japanese ad and media giant Dentsu is cutting its forecast for 2019 (although it doesn’t specify to what) following a disappointing first half when revenue was marginally up but organic growth went into reverse: 1.5 per cent for the company ...

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More happy clappy special Premiership pleading from Coca-Cola

Here’s Coca-cola’s new effort for the Premier League season, Saatchi & Saatchi updating a previous ad to welcome Premiership newbies Norwich (via the excitable Delia Smith), Sheffield United and Aston Villa (Prince William’s team apparently – will he be going ...

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Samsung TV turns art thief in new adam&eve campaign

Not so long ago adam&eveDDB had the same effect on UK adland as shock and awe – endless winning pitches and a stream of campaigns that, if not matching the great CDP and BMP of yore in stretching boundaries, left ...

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Rudd makes two key hirings to boost Fallon

Former Ogilvy London CEO Charlie Rudd, now ensconced as head of conjoined Publicis agencies Leo Burnett and Fallon, has made his first major move, hiring strategist Olly Markeson from Richard Branson’s in-house operation and creative director Jodo Paulo Testa from ...

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Marcoms challenger MSQ Partners ups profits and turnover

London-based marcoms group MSQ Partners has upped its profits nearly 50 per cent to £5.9m and grown turnover ten per cent to £82.3m in 2018. MSQ, which recently secured investment from PE firm LDC valuing it at £37.5m, owns creative ...

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‘Purposeful’ BBD Perfect Storm wins Unilever’s Dove Men+Care

I see that London agency BBD Perfect Storm has picked picked up some global work, maybe all the work, for Unilever’s Dove Men+Care, previously handled by Ogilvy. As such it’s a big feather in the cap for the UK indie. ...

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