Tag Archives: ogilvy & mather

Robert Jenkins: where would I work now?

Robert Jenkins is a New Zealander who has worked in Australasia, Europe, the US and Asia – mostly for big international advertising agencies including Ogilvy, Grey and BBDO. He opened his own agency in London and eventually sold it to ...

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Paul Simons: where would I work now?

In the first of a new series in which we invite adland luminaries to tell us where they would work now if they had the choice, Paul Simons, one of the founders of leading UK creative agency of the 1990s ...

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George Parker: how I met David Ogilvy – twice

When, in 1963, as a snot nosed 23 year old, I disembarked at pier 96 from the Queen Mary (the one that’s now a conference center in Long Beach), my sole objective was to get a job on Madison Avenue, ...

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George Patterson Y&R takes a tumble for Schweppes

There’s been a lot of famous advertising for fizzy mixer Schweppes (once owned by Britain’s Cadbury but now with different owners all over the world) and the Aussies have revived the old theme ‘Schweppervescence’ for this interesting take on (eventually) ...

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Gerry Graf’s new agency wins six US Unilever brands

Gerry Graf left his desk as CCO of Saatchi & Saatchi in April 2010 and since then it’s been strangely quiet for the much-travelled and highly-awarded creativo. But now his agency Barton F Graf 9000 (named after his dad) has ...

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