Tag Archives: covid-19

Mind your hands, face and space say men from the Ministry

Here we go again: the UK is entering what we might most charitably call semi-lockdown once more, with social gatherings limited to six people (does that include kids and of what age?) This, one suspects, will prove far from popular. ...

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Tim Delaney: what’s happened to our famous agency culture in a Covid world?

In amongst the heart-sinking numbers of people and families, society in general, affected by Covid-19, there are mini-subcultures that are struggling to survive – begging questions about whether the cultures actually are as responsible for output as we all might ...

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Matt Cox: the adland vaccinations we’ve been waiting for

Three Covid-19 adland accelerants and vaccines for future relevancy – because business as usual is not good enough. Covid-19 is exactly what adland needs. Adland is an industry that should constantly strive for business unusual, flexing to contribute to culture, ...

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M&C Saatchi wins more government business with 2021 ONS census task

The current UK government may not be much good at governing (its critics say) but it’s been the ad agencies’ best friend. On top of the millions spent on Covid-19 campaigns (mostly via MullenLowe) it’s being a good friend to ...

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