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Ogilvy’s Graham Fink: my Top Tip for Cannes

Over the next few weeks we’ll be featuring various Top Tips for Cannes (June 18-25) from various advertising luminaries. Ogilvy China CCO Graham Fink (below), decisive as ever, has no doubts which ad he would choose. The best thing I’ve ...

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Google and YouTube’s top tips for Cannes

Google has, once again, produced what it calls its Cannes to Cannes YouTube ads leaderboard, high-scoring ads on the channel assessed according to views plus other mysterious Google metrics. Its own 2014 ‘Rewind’ from Portal A comes top (last year’s ...

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FCB Inferno’s Simon White: my top tips for Cannes

So here are my predictions, except that’s overstating it. It’s impossible to predict what judges locked in darkened rooms for days on end overloaded with entries will pick. So, more accurately, here is a fairly random collection of campaigns that ...

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Matt Williams: eight sure-fire Cannes predictions

I was going to write a piece discussing the recent evolution of Cannes Lions, and the shifting perspectives and attitudes towards the festival. Then I read Tom Goodwin and John Owens’ articles on this very matter, and couldn’t have put ...

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Leo Burnett offers its Top Tips for Cannes

Leo Burnett has produced its latest Cannes winners predictions – its 28th – which, on past performance, is like an election exit poll in its accuracy. And there’s hardly an ad – or what we used to call an ad ...

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Adam&eve ECD Richard Brim: my top tips for Cannes

In two week’s time Adland’s great and good-ish will descend upon the Cote D’Azur. The overpriced, oversized rose bottles have been shipped and the mother and daughter “ladies” have themselves two new leopard print kaftans (sizes m and xxxs). Everyone ...

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Michael Wall of Lowe & Partners: my top tips for Cannes

Greetings from Oz. I think you have probably dealt with this but I would say Volvo trucks first and Honda Ayrton Senna second (there does seem to be a consensus building – ed). Both are immaculate pieces of production and ...

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