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Droga5 makes compelling film for Kids Company charity

We haven’t seen much at all from go-go US agency Droga5 since it pitched its tent in London 18 months ago but here’s a film for charity Kids Company. It makes the point that, for thousands of children and young ...

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Nick Simons to be new boss of Droga5 in London

Nick Simons (left), a group account director at Droga5 in New York, is hotly tipped to take over from the departing Kevin Dundas as boss of Droga5 in London. Simons, a Brit, made his name as a group account director ...

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CEO Kevin Dundas goes as Droga5 tries to fix disastrous launch in London

What ails Droga5 in London? It’s arguably the sexiest agency in the world, with founder David Droga the guy everybody wants to hear from and a big new a new investment/partnership with Hollywood talent agency WME. So Droga is where ...

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Droga5’s Diet Coke feline fantasy with Taylor Swift

What could be better than Taylor Swift covered in cats? Well quite a lot of things actually, but Droga5 manages to hit ‘Aah factor’ for Diet Coke – and plug the youthful songstress’ new album 1989, all in 30 seconds. ...

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Droga5’s latest for Diet Coke lacks fizz

Is fizzy drink/soda advertising going the same way as booze? Here’s Droga5’s new US ad for diet Coke, which seems to bear some relation to recent beer offerings like Wieden+Kennedy’s work for Heineken. Namely: if you’re not allowed to say ...

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Gisele Bundchen hits back for Under Armour and D5

Droga5 in New York seems top be enjoying itself with new sports brand client Under Armour, its replacement for the departed Puma. Here we have Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen, who lives her life ‘under a microscope’ apparently, demonstrating her kick ...

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Droga5 ‘supports greatness’ for new client Jockey

It’s good to see Droga5 with mojo rediscovered and here’s a typically droll effort for new client Jockey, purveyor of men’s undergarments since – a long time ago clearly. Past and present users include Babe Ruth, General George Patton and ...

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