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BBH offers hair rescue to Aussies in new Lynx campaign

BBH is back in the lists for Unilever’s Axe/Lynx Hair (make your mind up guys) with a new campaign, breaking in Australia. The Kingly Street collective, still smarting from a rough old 2014 with Johnnie Walker walking to Anomaly and ...

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Adam&eve makes toe-curling debut for Unilever’s Maille

On purpose it should be said – it’s enlisted James Rouse, the director who made ‘I’m sorry I spent it on myself’ for Harvey Nichols, to work his Fawlty Towers-type magic for Unilever’s Maille mustard. Do people still wear ties ...

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Unilever rolls out anti-hunger corporate TV campaign

Unilever is launching a worldwide corporate TV campaign, via its Project Sunlight sustainability scheme. Project Sunlight has recruited a number of young ‘hunger activists’ to tackle world hunger. This is the US version, in tandem with Feeding America. There’s a ...

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Lowe hires Okada as Unilever global creative chief

Big clients seem to want their own bespoke agencies these days or, at the very least, top execs who work only on their business and IPG’s Lowe and Partners has served up Alexandre Okada (left) as global creative director on ...

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Michael Lee: is it time for clients to show at Cannes?

I spent a very intriguing, educational, eye-opening, exhausting, and of course pleasant (it is the Cote d’Azur after all) few days at the Cannes Festival of Creativity recently. This year, it was bigger than ever, some say too big. (I ...

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