PR

Doritos wishes us a merry online Christmas – Mexican mariachi style

I think we’re on to a trend here. We’ve just had a Christmas card from Philip Green and Topshop (he’s all heart that boy) and now Doritos and agency AMV/BBDO have enlisted Doritos’ very own Mexican mariachi (folk) band to ...

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New Nestle USA boss Paul Grimwood reviews $800m account

A new client usually means an agency review and new boss of Nestle USA, Brit Paul Grimwood (left), is no exception. Nestle USA has announced a wide-ranging review of its $800m or so ad budget, starting with media currently handled ...

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Are the John Lewis snowmen actually white British consumers in disguise?

I’m beginning to wonder if there is an unspoken conspiracy at large across the nation. It’s to do with a very tricky topic of political correctness, specifically regarding race, that we all suppress out of fear of being castigated as ...

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New Branson-backed documentary on UN drug war breaks the distribution mould with YouTube launch

Independent production company Sundog Pictures is launching its new feature documentary Breaking the Taboo online, replacing the traditional theatrical window with a global launch on YouTube. Breaking the Taboo uncovers the UN-sanctioned war on drugs, charting its origins and its ...

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WPP closes in on mystery Chinese company Huawei

Here’s an interesting one: Ad Age reports that WPP has ‘edged out’ Omnicom in what seems to have been a two-horse race for Chinese telecoms giant Huawei (‘Hway-hay’ is what you say apparently). Huawei is a global business-to-business supplier (worth ...

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An online campaign isn’t just for Christmas, it should work for everyone every day says ais London

Geoff Gower, managing partner-creative of London-based digital and direct agency ais, says that the best online ‘campaigns’ are more than that: instead of asking how can we promote ourselves they should start from how can we help? Bugger, still haven’t ...

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