Tag Archives: moneysupermarket

WCRS beats elite group to MoneySupermarket

Engine Group’s WCRS has won one of the most hotly contested pitches in the UK so far this year, landing price comparison site MoneySupermarket.com against tough competition Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, Saatchi & Saatchi and Wieden & Kennedy. MoneySupermarket surprised ...

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Mother tries even more ‘epic’ for MoneySuperMarket

MoneySuperMarket and agency Mother seem to be winning the price comparison site ad wars with their unlikely trio of ‘epic’ dancers – hotpants-clad Dave, builder Colin and ‘wolf’ Gary (the latest) – and now they’ve been brought together in an ...

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Confused.com drops Publicis for Karmarama

Price comparison site Confused.com has appointed Karmarama to handle its creative account. The business moves from Publicis, which didn’t re-pitch. Karmarama won the account against TBWA and Wieden+Kennedy. Media spend is about £40m. Confused’s new CMO Paul Troy, who took ...

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‘You’re so MoneySuperMarket’ tries new dance move

MoneySuperMarket and agency Mother have produced that rarest of beasts, a truly popular long-running campaign. Most recently we had pole-dancing builder Colin. Now it’s the turn of bodyguard Gary, actually Tony Wesley from the New York City Breakers who has ...

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Moneysupermarket unearths ‘epic builder’ Colin

Mother is continuing its strange people ‘feeling epic’ schtick for Moneysupermarket, this time with epic builder Colin. Never actually warmed to this campaign but it must be doing the business: it’s outlasted those of its rivals and must be one ...

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BBH tries a different tune for Axe/Lynx

The new Axe/Lynx global campaign from BBH doesn’t seem to have come my way, for some reason, but here’s an Aussie version – where it’s still called Lynx. And it could hardly be more different to the whimsical boys-meets-girl tales ...

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New management brooms bring ad reviews at Easyjet, DFS and moneysupermarket

UK budget airline Easyjet is reviewing its creative account at Publicis following a change of top management while furniture megastore DFS is doing the same to its whopper £92m media account, the eighth-biggest in the UK according to Campaign. And, ...

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