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UK’s IPA sets up ‘shadow’ council of young adfolk

The advertising business is obsessed by people under 30 and now the UK’s Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA) has set up a ‘shadow’ council, or forum as it calls it, of thirty young adfolk under 30 to provide a ...

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Can UK agencies really position themselves as China’s way into global brands?

Well the Institute of Practitioners in Advertisers (IPA) thinks so, announcing an ‘International Brand Incubator’ to help Chinese companies turn their big domestic brands into big global brands, one of the very few areas where China currently lags the Western ...

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IPA and News International launch app for adfolk

The UK IPA Strategy Group and News International are launching the industry’s first iPad and iPhone app, Fast Strategy, for planners and strategists. The free app has been designed to provide planners and strategists with “practical and motivational tips to ...

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Mendelsohn and Phoenix to drive Karmarama expansion

The IPA’s first woman president Nicola Mendelsohn is clearly not content to rest on her industry laurels and she’s just brought in private equity group Phoenix to help drive expansion at Karmarama, the agency she joined as executive chairman from ...

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Paul Bainsfair takes over from Hamish Pringle as UK agency trade body boss

Trade associations are pretty boring (no, don’t stop reading yet) but the UK’s Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA) has done a decent job in recent years, at least managing to identify the problems facing the business if not succeeding ...

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