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New IPA report says marketers are failing to respond to needs of UK’s rapidly-growing ethnic population.

Blimey, don’t tell UKIP’s Nigel Farage about this. Britain’s ethnic ‘minorities’ are growing so rapidly that they won’t be that minor in years to come and – according to a new report from the IPA – it’s time advertisers woke ...

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New IPA survey points to agency pitching perils

Pitching for new business (or, indeed, old business in a repitch) has always been a contentious area and the UK’s IPA agency trade body has just produced its first survey of such matters – finding that a fifth of agencies ...

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ISBA is trying to give agencies ‘latitude’ over client payment – so that’s a new form of daylight robbery

The issue of client payment terms for agencies rumbles on with some agencies, according to Campaign, demanding that the UK government intervene. We might politely remind these optimistic souls that governments of all hues have been loudly proclaiming their commitment ...

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