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Space is more than the final frontier in bizarre new US recruitment ad

Want something else to worry about after Covid, climate change (NYC is currently under water) and terrorists once more roaming Afghanistan – it’s space baby. Not the infestation of (nearly) space by crazed billionaires but all those thousands of objects ...

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MSQ wins Visit Britain global digital task

MSQ has been appointed by national tourist agency VisitBritain to handle its global digital brand activity. The agency was selected following a competitive pitch. MSQ will work under the newly-refreshed GREAT campaign guidelines to develop all digital activity, including film ...

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Google launches ‘LGBTQ-friendly’ safe spaces for stores

Google is doing its bit for LGBTQ+ people with a new attribute on business profiles allowing shops and others to mark themselves as ‘LGBTQ-friendly’ safe spaces. House of Greenland has produced the introductory film, featuring Orphan Tailoring in London’s East ...

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MullenLowe reapointed to UK government anti-Covid drive

MullenLowe has been reappointed to the UK government’s Covid-19 advertising drive, to no-one’s great surprise as the agency acquitted itself well through the pandemic. The agency, which has earned an estimated £20m to date (media expenditure runs into hundreds of ...

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Will there be a profitable Act 111 for M&C’s Kershaw, Muirhead and Sinclair?

Another collection of big beast is stalking adland: David Kershaw , Bill Muirhead and Jeremy Sinclair, who helmed M&C Saatchi until an accounting scandal in 2019, have formed Act 111, a new investment company. Muirhead, 75, told the Sunday Times: ...

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Former Saatchi saviour Adam Crozier continues rise at BT

We often hear about the absence of a marketing voice at the top tables of big companies these days but that can’t be said of Adam Crozier, tipped to be the next chairman of the UK’s BT, a massive business ...

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KFC and IKEA face off in Mallorca

KFC and IKEA are two of the world’s more imaginative advertisers (both use Mother in the UK, which isn’t coincidental) and they’ve been enjoying themselves in sunny Mallorca. There’s an area of the island known as “where IKEA is” it ...

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