Creative

Uniqlo double faults with new Federer campaign

Tennis ace Roger Federer ditched Nike in favour of a $300m ten-year contract with Uniqlo despite admitting that he was at the “back end” of his career. Well Uniqlo needs some bang for its bucks so it’s produced this. Federer ...

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Creativepool Annual 2019 opens for entries

More About Advertising is partnering with Creativepool. Creativepool is calling for entries to its Annual 2019, which brings a fresh approach to awards by offering entrants a unique platform to celebrate their creativity. Late submissions, a couple of weeks to ...

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Mother appoints creative duo to help ‘take on the world’

Mother is trying a new approach to global expansion by appointing its first set of international executive creative directors, Susan Hosking and Peter Robertson. The pair – both from New Zealand – have been working together at Mother London since ...

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British Airways centenary ad looks back to a more civil era

British Airways is marketing its centenary this year (the centenary of its many forebears actually, it didn’t become BA until 1974) with an Ogilvy campaign hymning..good old Britain. And flying the flag (a rather more memorable BA campaign than anything ...

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Can new agency adam&eveDDB make Surf smell sweeter?

Adam&eveDDB has won Unilever’s Surf after a pitch, with a brief to take on P&G’s Bold and own label brands. So will it be a god old-fashioned battle of the brands with two ladies in a kitchen discussing whose is ...

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Carling and Havas produce new spin on today’s times

Carling was first brewed in Canada (by a Brit) and is now owned by Canadian brewing giant Molson Coors – so what could be more relevant in its first TV campaign for two years than focussing on its British heritage ...

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Microsoft leads as tech giants dominate Super Bowl ads

Microsoft was the top scoring big brand at last night’s NFL Super Bowl according to behavioural science firm System1 Research. It’s ‘We All Win’ featuring its adaptive controller which lets children with disabilities play video games and use tech hardware ...

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Bulb energy launches first TV campaign with Anomaly

The energy market seems to be getting genuinely competitive at last, with a few medium sized suppliers limbering up to rival the “big six.” You can’t take on the likes of British Gas and npower without advertising, which is why ...

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