Tag Archives: unilever

Lola’s same sex ‘Ceremony’ launches a new age Magnum

Here’s Unilever doing its bit for inclusion/diversity once again, this time with a same sex marriage/ceremony in some Catholic country. Probably Spain, as the ad’s from the estimable Lola MullenLowe. For Magnum, of all things – once deemed, in the ...

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Dove glams up courtesy of Mario Testino

At the other end of the female spectrum to Agent Provocateur – perhaps – is Unilever’s Dove. But Dove subjects – real women, no models etc – are getting the glam treatment from photographer Mario Testino and has agency Mariotestino+ ...

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Did WPP’s Sorrell intervene in Kraft bid for Unilever?

Where there’s a big deal there’s a Sorrell in it somewhere and, according to the Daily Mail’s Dastardly Mr Deedes City gossip column (no idea who Deedes is supposed to be – not the late Bill Deedes surely, who was ...

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Surprise as Kraft pulls £112bn Unilever bid

Kraft (or Kraft Heinz as it now is following the merger of the two American food businesses by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and Brazil’s 3G Capital) has pulled its mooted £112bn takeover of Anglo-Dutch Unilever, “amicably” it seems. Which makes ...

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How would a Kraft Heinz takeover of Unilever affect the marketing world?

If you combined Kraft Heinz with Unilever you’d arrive at a company with around the same market capitalisation as Procter & Gamble (although P&G is hardly a food company any more). Or Nestle, which still is more or less. All ...

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New R3 report reveals the secrets of the world’s longest agency/client relationships

Following the recent Association of National Advertisers (ANA) report in the US on transparency (or the supposed lack of it) agency/client marriages have never been tougher. Within the marketing sector, companies are taking core activities in-house, top talent is deserting ...

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Unilever retreats in Brexit price bust-up with Tesco

That didn’t take very long did it? Unilever and Tesco have settled their differences over prices, which resulted in Unilever products disappearing from the Tesco website (briefly). Unilever must have read our story yesterday pointing out the reputational damage the ...

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