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BBH boosts Brits at Cannes with 28 Lions

My friends at Bartle Bogle Hegarty have pointed out to me (in that terribly British, more in sorrow than anger way of theirs) that while the British performance at Cannes may or may not have been disappointing (I called it ...

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UK’s Newspaper Marketing Agency joins the digital age as Newsworks

Recently-appointed UK Newspaper Marketing Agency boss Rufus Olins, former CEO of research operation WARC and before that of Haymarket’s business titles, is relaunching the Newspaper Marketing Agency as Newsworks. Olins says: “The media landscape is evolving fast and this is ...

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Fearless Group co-founder Jerry Judge picks his Desert Island Ads

Jerry Judge is a co-founder of self-styled ‘capitalist collective’ The Fearless Group. Based in New York. Fearless is a new-style agency bringing together senior people from a number of marketing disciplines. Born in London, he has worked in senior management ...

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Big vote of confidence for W+K London as Portland HQ makes Neil Christie and Ian Tait partners

It’s been something of an annus mirabilis for Wieden+Kennedy London as the recently high-flying agency has seen the departures of biggest account Nokia (with attendant ten per cent redundancies) and the Guardian, one flagship account, Honda, cut back in the ...

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