Tag Archives: brexit

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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Advertising Association fights to keep post-Brexit doors open

The Advertising Association is banging the drum for immigrants post-Brexit with a new campaign from adam&eveDDB based on a report – World Class Talent, World Class Advertising – which shows the the UK (London in particular) attracts more overseas ad ...

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Corbyn shows the so-called experts how to communicate

Amazing isn’t it how you can overturn PR perceptions. Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, derided as a left wing loony and worse by the likes of the Sun and the Mail (the Mail, as I recall, said Theresa May would win by ...

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Virgin Atlantic looks on the bright side of Brexit – for them

It’s always diverting to view ourselves as others see us and Virgin Atlantic is running a campaign from Figliulo & Partners in the US extolling the benefits for tourists of the post-Brexit drop in the pound. Suddenly massively expensive London ...

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The&Partnership’s Johnny Hornby on Brexit, ad exports, migrants and that job at WPP

Today sees the UK Advertising Association’s LEAD ‘Summit” and the big topic on the agenda is Brexit. Here’s The&Partnership’s Johnny discussing the issue with Sky’s Ian King (don’t think Johnny’s on the AA’s panel) but he has some interesting things ...

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New Bellwether report reveals buoyant spending despite Brexit fears

Brexit? What Brexit? The latest IPA Bellwether report into marketers’ spending plans (300 of them) in Q4 2016 shows that 12.9 per cent actually increased budgets despite widespread fears/predictions that the vote to leave the EU and, in all likelihood ...

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