Tag Archives: m&c saatchi

Will Droga5 fly with global Qantas win?

Finally Australian airline Qantas has made its mind up about something. After a marathon 10-month global ad review waylaid by catastrophic industrial action and a last-minute organisational upheaval, the airline’s got a creative winner. And it is: much-garlanded indie agency ...

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Why don’t UK agencies use people in ads any more?

But they don’t do they? Or at least not posh ads from posh agencies. They do in the US, as you can see from a quick run-through of Super Bowl ads and the current spate of ‘real life’ mini-documentaries for ...

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Can anyone catch AMV/BBDO in the UK? Maybe fast-rising BBH can

A lot of people would tell you that it matters not a jot who is the biggest agency in any country, ranked by media billings. Creative agencies don’t spend the media money and, in the YouTube age, fees don’t necessarily ...

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M&C Saatchi strikes a jaunty note for Visit England

Most people were probably expecting Visit England’s big new campaign to try to persuade people to stay in the old country for their holidays this year to be a tiresome melange of pics of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, windswept beaches ...

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Will M&C Saatchi take Etihad to Manhattan?

M&C Saatchi executives have been grumbling into their cappuccinos for years about losing the British Airways account to Bartle Bogle Hegarty. BA was the account that made M&C pssible (or gave it lift off anyway) when it followed Charles and ...

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