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Fiat’s new US ‘Immigrants’ ad has a sting in the tail

Fiat-owned Chrysler has won most of the plaudits going for its campaign featuring, inter alia, Eminem and Clint Eastwood from Wieden+Kennedy. Fiat’s efforts for its own cars in America have been, by contrast, a car crash, most notably the awful ...

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Former Wieden star Jeff Kling emerges as new Fallon creative boss

Jeff Kling, who resigned as ECD of Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam in August 2010, has re-merged as CCO of Fallon Minneapolis, the HQ of the Publicis Groupe-owned network. Kling has been freelancing since he left W+K. Kling says:”The whole organization really impressed ...

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Will £25m Honda CR-V launch give Mcgarrybowen lift-off in Europe?

Well it’s not a bad start for the all-conquering Dentsu-owned US agency which has taken over from the moribund Dentsu UK in London. Honda’s new CR-V (compact SUV or crossover depending on your taste) is crucial to establishing the Japanese-owned ...

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Former WCRS and W+K trio launch new London agency contender Fabula

Yan Elliott and Luke Williamson, former creative directors at WCRS, and Sam Brookes, former managing director of Wieden+Kennedy Platform, have announced the launch of their new venture, Fabula. Based on a canal barge in London’s fashionable Hoxton, round the corner ...

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Wieden+Hegarty on why creative chaos works best

What an agency that would have been. Here are Wieden+Kennedy co-founder Dan Wieden (left) and Bartle Bogle Hegarty’s Sir John Hegarty at Cannes describing ’30 years of Creative Chaos’ at last week’s festival. The two agencies were set up three ...

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W+K London defends foundation Honda account

Wieden+Kennedy London’s campaign for Honda is one of the most lauded of recent years, its ‘Grrr’ ad for Honda diesel winning a place in the CLIO Awards’ Hall of Fame recently (but that’s for ads five years old or more). ...

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TBWA Manchester enters Tesco pitch calculations

TBWA Manchester could be set to make one the biggest ad comebacks as, according to Campaign, it went down a storm with Tesco at the giant retailer’s round of chemistry’ meetings over the future of its £110m account, thereby propelling ...

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