Tag Archives: adam&eve/ddb

AMV triumphs in Virgin shoot-out against adam&eve

We noted recently that AMV BBDO was on a big new business drive and so it is – with a vengeance. Last week it won Samsung Electronics in the UK and now it’s won both Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays ...

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New WPP UK boss Blackett lifts lid on payment options

WPP’s newly-ensconced UK “country manager” Karen Blackett – who made her name at MediaCom – has been telling The Drum that she sees small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) as an important and overlooked market for companies like hers. SME defined ...

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Now founder and creative head Ben Priest quits adam&eveDDB.

And then there were two. Adam&eveDDB founder and group CCO Ben Priest has said he’s leaving the award-winning agency later this year. His departure follows that of media ace Jon Forsyth who left shortly after the adam&eve founders had completed ...

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Adam&eve’s love letter to a quiet night in for McCain

McCain is up for Valentine’s Day with some musings on love from adam&eveDDB. “Love doesn’t care about gender” it confidently opines, nor ability or disability. It’s good to know that there’s someone up there in Paddington willing and able to ...

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Ex Coca-Cola client Wendy Clark takes global reins at DDB

Wendy Clark has replaced Chuck Brymer as president and CEO of Omnicom’s DDB – Brymer becomes chairman. Which won’t surprise anyone as Clark (below), who joined DDB as North America boss from a top marketing position at Coca-Cola in 2016, ...

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Lloyds and adam&eve craft belated but worthy winner in Channel 4 airtime contest

Lloyds has won Channel 4’s £1m of free airtime for a good works campaign, this year’s theme being “non-visible disability.” The winning campaign, by Lloyds’ agency adam&eveDDB, was produced in a rush after the original “winner” Volvo pulled out as ...

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UK adland confronts Brexit and trust crisis

Brexit was the headline topic of the Advertising Association’s Lead 2018 conference – the trade body has taken on the tricky task of campaigning for a good deal on behalf of the industry – but the outstanding issue of the ...

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