Tag Archives: charity

Sarah Lund sweaters up for Save The Children Xmas ad

Whatever happened to The Killing’s Sarah Lund? Last seen she was legging it to Iceland (I think) after overstepping the mark somewhat in the pursuit of truth and justice. But she’s back in this spoof by Contagious for Save The ...

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UK ad folk driven mad by stress says new NABS survey

A study commissioned by the UK’s NABS advertising charity has revealed that a quarter of workers (23 per cent) in the creative and media sector find their working environment overly stressful most of the time – and two-thirds (65 per ...

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Canada’s Cossette tries to sharpen up charity Amnesty International

Agencies tend to do good work for charities and (let’s be polite) less good work for businesses – while they should be capable of doing equally good work for both. But charities are big clients these days (media agencies love ...

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Is Pedigree’s new ‘dog rescue’ campaign just another example of the UK’s conflicted doggy emotions?

All advertisers like to be on the side of the angels so Mars-owned Pedigree Petfoods is donating a million ‘free’ meals to rescued dogs this year. And here’s the appropriately gritty AMV/BBDO ad to launch the campaign. The campaign also ...

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BBH Refuge online video is a viral Modern Classic

Many years ago, Howard Gossage wrote: “people read what interests them- sometimes it’s an ad”. For a ‘modern classic’ this should be extended to see, watch, search for, hear, partake in and pass on. When TV shows boasted 20 million ...

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Saatchi Berlin rolls out homeless charity Days of Hope across Europe

Saatchi & Saatchi is launching a new campaign to raise the profile of homeless people in major cities across Europe. Called ‘Days of Hope’, the idea originated at Saatchi & Saatchi Berlin and focuses on the impact the cold winter ...

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