Creative

BBH wins the IPA Effectiveness Grand Prix for the second time in a row, this time for Tesco ‘Every Little Helps’

In 2018 BBH won the IPA’s Effectiveness Grand Prix for Audi, and in 2020 the agency – working with MediaCom – bagged the biennual award again, thanks to the Tesco ‘Every Little Helps’ campaign. The pic is of BBH joint ...

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Grey wins Carlsberg international role

WPP’s Grey has won a role as Carlsberg’s “global advertising partner” although the Danish brewer says it will continue to work with local agencies too – good news for the UK’s Fold7 presumably, among others. Grey has handled Carlsberg’s Tuborg ...

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Leagas Delaney client World Food Programme wins Nobel Peace Prize

Leagas Delaney has won lots of awards in its time but contributing to a Nobel Prize is something special. Longstanding client the World Food Programme (WFP) has won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for its contribution to bettering conditions for ...

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How did this regular guy from Accenture get two million followers on TikTok?

Max Klymenko is an economics and technology researcher at Accenture. He’s also a TikTok “edutainer” with two million followers, all eager to try out his “simple persuasion tricks to help you get exactly what you want.” Klymenko knows a lot ...

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UK’s New Commercial Arts blasts on to world stage with Vodafone global creative

We all expected something special from New Commercial Arts – the new agency from adam&eve founders James Murphy and David Golding with former BBH creative Ian Heartfield and Wunderman Thompson’s Rob Curran – but winning Vodafone’s global creative in a ...

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Post-lockdown creativity: Dunelm aims to own home

UK retailer Dunelm is having a good war in these straightened times, as is agency MullenLowe (read somewhere the other day that it and media agency OMG had been paid £68m for the Covid NHS campaign, so they’ll be retiring ...

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Mother’s ad shows how Uber Eats will ‘bring it’ to the UK

This is a straightforward spot promoting the range of food available on Uber Eats, but it’s delivered with charmingly effortless style and humour by Kadiff Kirman — an actor who’s been in “Fleabag,” “I May Destroy You” and “Death in ...

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