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Ogilvy opens for Cisco with ambitious debut

Always wondered what Cisco actually did – apart from make bundles of money – so it’s helpful of new agency Ogilvy to explain it to us in its debut film starring Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage. Sure former agency Goodby ...

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New agency Erich & Kallman launches in San Francisco

Here’s an interesting new agency with a pedigree, in the agreeable climes of San Francisco. Former Crispin Porter+Bogusky president Steven Erich and Goodby Silverstein & Partners ECD Eric Kallman are teaming up to launch Erich & Kallman. Both have considerable ...

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Goodby Silverstein unravels the mystery of Cisco

Cisco Systems claims to be the world’s biggest ‘networking’ company but what does that actually mean? It posts more stuff on Facebook and Twitter? If anyone can make sense of these mysterious corporations and their cloud-ish products it’s San Francisco’s ...

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Goodby Silverstein’s fresh take on two men in a bar

We’ve had two men in a bar already today – a Super Bowl clunker for LG starring Liam Neeson – but here’s a much better effort from Adobe and agency Goodby Silverstein for its ‘marketing cloud’ (still not entirely sure ...

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Goodby’s Photoshop epic leads Emmy contenders

The Emmy awards, run by the US National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, has muscled in on ad awards too and it’s announced the shortlist of TV ads for the awards in September. They’re a pretty predictable line-up of ...

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Goodby’s work for Adobe deserves an Oscar – but maybe not this 25th birthday celebration for Photoshop

Goodby Silverstein’s partnership with Adobe has been a fruitful one, producing the best B2B campaign in recent years. Shouldn’t have said that, they’ll probably fall out now. Adobe is also known for Photoshop of course (a closed book to me ...

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Ebay plus Goodby Silverstein equals bland

Ebay apparently reckons Christmas starts in August (lots of Christmas ads are shot in August, which may be a clue as to why they’re remarkably unconvincing) so it’s a bit late out of the blocks with what’s being hailed as ...

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