BBH, IMG, Grey and Interpublic are contesting global brief for tennis tournament
Adam & Eve/DDB has hired the Bartle Bogle Hegarty creative team Matt Fitch and Mark Lewis, who were behind The Guardian's "three little pigs", as senior creatives.
Publicis Chemistry has promoted its head of client services, Emma Rush, to managing director.
Karmarama has hired Krow's Rob Turner and Dave Westland as creative directors.
Tate has appointed Grey London to launch the new Tate Modern building and promote British art's place in the public imagination.
Sunshine has hired Hollie Newton, the Grey London creative director in charge of Volvo, as its first executive creative director.
Saga is looking for a creative agency to promote a new service that advises people aged over 50 on changes to pension laws.
Dave Dye, the award-winning art director, is joining J Walter Thompson London as its head of art.
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The father of the world wide web talks to Maisie McCabe about the threats posed by artificial intelligence, our relationship with data and how media outlets and advertisers should use the web.
Marmite has launched a Woodstock-inspired campaign and a Marmite Love Café, to promote a summer version of the spread.
Video engagement is changing and new platforms are redefining best practice. What can you do? Brand Republic and Exponential held a roundtable to discover the answers...