Tag Archives: ireland

Vodafone Ireland Christmas campaign from Grey sets the bar for Vodafone UK

We’ve remarked here before how much better Vodafone Ireland’s advertising has been than that for big brother Vodafone UK and Ireland agency Grey London (is this getting confusing?) has produced another nice piece of work; this time some Bambi-style animation ...

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Bookmaker Paddy Power does Jesus for Italy launch

Buccaneering Irish bookie Paddy Power has launched in Italy, scene of an ongoing football match-fixing scandal. Why overpaid footballers should need the money is a mystery to the rest of us, but there you are. So who better than Jesus ...

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Has soaring Apple won the tech wars?

Apple has just produced another series of record numbers with soaring sales of iPhones and iPads adding more than $35bn to its value (which had fallen recently due to misplaced fears that its growth was slowing), adding $12.6bn to its ...

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Why George Osborne won’t be sending WPP’s Sir Martin Sorrell his best wishes this Christmas

Sir Martin Sorrell and WPP have been lobbying hard for changes to the UK ‘controlled foreign companies’ tax rules which are designed to stop UK-based companies and their overseas subsidiaries paying lower rates of tax abroad. The UK coalition government ...

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WPP’s Sir Martin Sorrell is coming home – but not just yet

Well the good knight didn’t get to where he is today by not reading the small print and he’s evidently waiting to see just how WPP will benefit from coalition chancellor George Osborne’s Budget changes before finally committing the marcoms ...

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Nike celebrates England Rugby Grand Slam win…only they didn’t

Be prepared is obviously the motto at Nike as well as the Boy Scouts (or is it Girl Guides?) and Nike was ready with this little film to celebrate England’s rugby team winning the Grand Slam against Ireland in Dublin ...

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