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Top digital designer Flo Heiss joins Wieden+Kennedy

Wieden+Kennedy London has hired a new creative director, Studio of Art & Commerce co-founder Flo Heiss. At Studio of Art & Commerce he worked on Brew Dog, Boots and Serious Pig. Before then he spent 15 years as ECD of ...

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Brown-Forman’s Chambord looks for new creative agency

Raspberry liqueur brand Chambord is looking for a new creative agency after four years with Wieden+Kennedy. W+K declined to pitch although it still handles Chambord owner Brown-Forman’s Finlandia vodka. Brown-Forman marketing manager Emily Richardson says: “This year, we will be ...

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W+K gets down with the kids for England World Cup reveal

We all know now who knew who was in the England World Cup squad before we did, Wieden+Kennedy in making this film for the Football Association. Well done them for keeping a lid on it (COO Neil Christie probably threatened ...

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W+K tackles “brown, bland and boring” for Arla Fibre yogurts

Arla Foods UK is launching Arla Fibre yogurts, packed with fibre it says although it’s something that most of us would sooner avoid – worthy and unappetising. So the launch campaign from Wieden+Kennedy features some worthy and unappetising characters, in ...

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Three tries cute again in new Snapchat deal

Visual messaging app Snapchat is now included in Three UK’s ‘Go Binge’ package (all the data you can shake a stick at) so you can message away without incurring extra charges (as long as you’re on a premium package). So ...

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W+K Amsterdam suspends disbelief for Milka

Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam is taking us back to that age of innocence occupied by Mondelez’s Milka with a tale about how generosity (and, indeed, advertising) can let you down. It’s a world also occupied by Stella Artois but there’s is for ...

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W+K London debuts for Formula 1 with ‘engineered insanity’

Wieden+Kennedy is making its ad debut for Formula 1, now owned by Liberty Media, with this number purporting to show that F1 is, indeed, exciting. Not just Lewis Hamilton buffing his nails miles in front if he survives the usual ...

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