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BBH’s Sir Nigel Bogle on then, now and what the future holds

1/Bartle Bogle Hegarty was founded in 1982 and for most of the intervening period has been rightly viewed as one of the world’s few great creative agencies. What made the agency special and what provided its longevity? The three of ...

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BBH hits the right note for Audi’s new RS4

Volkswagen is selling truck loads of cars just a couple of years after the emissions scandal, with upscale brand Audi leading the way. One reason may be that its advertising, from BBH in the UK here, has rediscovered its mojo, ...

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Huawei/Save the Children tie up tops YouTube at Xmas

If you can stomach a bit more Santa this ad from Huawei and Doner featuring a tie-up with Save the Children was YouTube’s top scorer in December. £500,000 was raised for the charity. Andrew Garrihy, CMO, Huawei Western Europe CMO ...

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BBH finds a clear purpose for Trainline

Trainline is trumpeting a new “brand platform” – ‘Wonderfully predictable,’ in essence taking the angst out of train travel, in a new international campaign from BBH. So we have an angsty chase scene, set in Kiev’s central station (which has ...

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Now Red Brick Road sends in the dodgems for Suzuki

Suzukis are aimed fairly and squarely at the cheap and cheerful end of the UK market, instanced by the TV idents with Ant & Dec from the7stars. Now creative agency Red Brick Road is back in the driving seat, showing ...

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