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W+K’s Neil Christie: my top tips for Cannes

  The Cannes International Festival of Creativity, arguably the world’s premier ad awards, starts on June 21 and we’ll be asking some of adland’s finest to choose potential winners. Wieden+Kennedy London MD Neil Christie kicks off our series with his ...

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W+K’s Neil Christie: Why BBH’s Axe is a Modern Classic

With the recent appointment of 72andSunny to their roster, it sounds as if things may be changing at Lynx/Axe. So when asked to suggest a ‘modern classic’ campaign, I thought it was worth highlighting some of the great work BBH ...

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Wieden+Kennedy’s Neil Christie: the best ads of 2014

We’re asking people to choose the best ads of 2014 and here’s a selection from Wieden+Kennedy London managing director Neil Christie (left). The Best Ads of 2014 Five ads from 2014 that make me jealous. None of these is wildly ...

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Neil Christie of W+K London: what Scottish independence could mean for brands

Clearly there are more important issues than marketing to consider when thinking about Scottish independence, but being up in Scotland on business in the days before the referendum led me to think about what a yes vote for independence might ...

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Neil Christie of W+K London: my top tips for Cannes

An obvious tip is the ‘My Name is Sweetie’ campaign to entrap paedophiles. It just won a black pencil at D&AD. Because – smart way of matching tech solution to the problem, worthy cause, seems to have actually worked, wish ...

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