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Rudd makes two key hirings to boost Fallon

Former Ogilvy London CEO Charlie Rudd, now ensconced as head of conjoined Publicis agencies Leo Burnett and Fallon, has made his first major move, hiring strategist Olly Markeson from Richard Branson’s in-house operation and creative director Jodo Paulo Testa from ...

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Fallon makes rapid exit from Papa John’s in wake of Laundry Service $6m mystery

Client/agency relationships in adland are getting pretty messy and the Papa John’s saga in the US, where departed founder and CEO John Schnatter has accused Wasserman-owned full service agency Laundry Service of trying to extort six million dollars from the ...

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Skoda goes from bad to almost as bad with Paloma

Skoda is reviewing its European creative account we gather, although not necessarily in the UK. If so it’s the luckiest of escapes for Fallon which, presumably, participated in the almost unbelievable choice of Sir Bradley Wiggins as its “brand ambassador” ...

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Fallon brings back Milk Tray Man – to Mongolia

Cadbury has been trying all sorts of wheezes to get us interested in the reincarnation of the Milk Try Man/man in black (or whatever you call him), a stalwart of its TV advertising back in the day. Tricky one for ...

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Here’s how Sony can recreate past glories for Bravia

Sony is looking for a new agency to launch its new Bravia TVs in Europe according to Campaign. Last year it used adam&eveDDB but nearly everyone’s agency of the year isn’t good enough it seems – or not without a ...

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Cadbury throws the kitchen sink into new Puddles

Mondelez-owned Cadbury apparently spent £17m developing its new brand Cadbury Dairy Milk Puddles. Maybe they ran out of the stuff before getting to the name because puddles are, well, puddles. But it does what it says on the the tin, ...

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IKEA in mystifying review of creative at Mother

Furniture giant IKEA is reviewing its ad and media agencies in what is reported to be a ‘procurement led’ exercise. UK and Ireland marketing manager Peter Wright says (through clenched teeth no doubt): “We continue to work happily with our ...

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