UK’s IPA sets up ‘shadow’ council of young adfolk

The advertising business is obsessed by people under 30 and now the UK’s Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA) has set up a ‘shadow’ council, or forum as it calls it, of thirty young adfolk under 30 to provide a ...

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Raunchy Rhian stars for JWT London anti-cancer campaign

And a damn fine job ‘lingerie’ model Rhian Sugden makes of hosting JWT London’s Male Cancer Awareness Campaign, producing some wholly unexpected goodies from her knickers. Ms Sugden clearly has a future as a presenter when she tires of entertaining ...

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IBM and OgilvyOne get smart with Rugby World Cup sponsorship on ITV

The current Rugby World Cup has rather put its bigger brother the FIFA World Cup (in audience terms anyway) to shame with some of the ads and other communications around it. IBM is sponsoring the (excellent) British television coverage on ...

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Saatchi & Saatchi LA pillories the Facebook generation for Toyota Venza

We’re always hearing how the baby boomers, the generation sired in the immediate aftermath of World War Two, have mucked life up for their children by spending all the money they might have expected to inherit and generally behaving in ...

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Shouldn’t Volkswagen just give up with the Beetle?

Volkswagen, aka VW, is launching a new VW Beetle, yet another attempt to renew the eponymous car that made the company’s fortunes in the 1930’s and the next few decades afterwards (there was a war in the middle, obviously) but ...

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Matthew Bull sets up The Bull-White House with MDC Partners

Former Lowe London boss Matthew Bull is setting up a new agency in New York, The Bull-White House, with backing from Toronto-based marcoms group MDC partners. MDC, which owns Crispin Porter+Bogusky and 72and Sunny among others, will own 51 per ...

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