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VCCP’s sure touch to the fore for Cadbury’s Twirl

Cadbury’s Twirl chocolate bars are trying to involve the nation in the fortunes/relationship of Sarah and Myles, the two protagonists in its new campaign from VCCP. It may even succeed as they’re engagingly real (based on the evidence of this ...

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Cadbury takes reality route in VCCP debut

Cadbury is one of the those quasi-legendary UK accounts, sponsor of some good even great advertising over the years – but, also, much else besides. Now it’s owned by Mondeleez International of course, which may or may not be a ...

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VCCP scoops global Cadbury Dairy Milk

Mondelez-owned Cadbury is as famous for its advertising as its chocolate but it’s been a long time since we’ve seen much of the former, not since Fallon’s famous ‘Gorilla.’ Things may be about to change as it’s appointed VCCP as ...

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Cadbury starts Easter wild goose chase for Creme Eggs

Advertising seems more driven by events – or what marketers fondly think are ‘events’ – these days and Easter Sunday hoves into view on April 16. Among other things – believe it’s some kind of religious festival – it’s also ...

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Can Cadbury’s search for a new Milk Tray Man recapture past ad glories?

Well, well..another blast from Cadbury’s advertising past. How serendipitous is that? ‘All because the lady loves Milk Tray’ was a famous long-running campaign and the last actor to play the mysterious hero, James Coombes in 1987, steps up to begin ...

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Cadbury and Fallon unwrap a Christmas turkey

We will stop writing about Christmas ads, honest. But they’re what everybody’s talking about. So – Cadbury, now owned by Mondelez of course, and agency Fallon, which produced the celebrated ‘Gorilla’ ad (still viewed an astonishing number of times) all ...

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