Tag Archives: adam&eve/ddb

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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VW T-Roc’s Bam rams his way into other people’s ads

Volkswagen obviously thinks it’s got a property on its hands with Bam the ram, the star of the T-Roc crossover ‘Born Confident’ launch campaign from adam&eveDDB (below). So on Boxing Day (December 26 for those who don’t box) Bam will ...

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Is Esso’s ‘reindeer princess’ from A&E a snowy waste?

Here’s a seasonal oddity, the true story of a ‘Reindeer Princess’ reindeer racer courtesy of Esso and adam&eveDDB. A formerly troubled soul, now with a wife and a daughter. Plus a previously lonely and unfulfilled reindeer. All to show that ...

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Adam&eveDDB breaks new ground for Red Cross

Charity fatigue is particularly prevalent at this time of year: the streets of London are littered with the needy let alone the countless ads on digital channels inviting us to donate X amount, usually voiced by a Scottish actor over ...

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Adam&eve debuts for Samsung with a retro Christmas

We’ve been waiting to see something for Samsung from adam&eveDDB which won a big slice of the Korean giant’s North America business late last year. Here it is, a touching tale of a concierge being rewarded at Christmas by the ...

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Adam&eve wins HMRC task to make us love the taxman

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, not one of the UK’s best-loved institutions, has appointed adam&eveDDB and re-appointed media agency MG OMD (once the rather more meaningful Manning Gottlieb Media) to handle its account, formerly with Engine. A&E won a place ...

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Virgin Atlantic and adam&eve launch flying presents

Adam&eveDDB doesn’t just do ads, it calls itself a creative communications agency those days. Added to that it’s become something of a Christmas specialist over the years: John Lewis of course and “I’m sorry I spent it on myself” for ...

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