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Channel 4 and ITV make unprecedented expression of unity in fight against Alzheimer's

The UK's two largest commercial channels, ITV and Channel 4, are working together for the launch of a new brand...

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Heineken bids to heal cultural divides in social experiment

Heineken has launched a campaign, "Open your world", that promotes the virtues of sitting down with someone to discuss your...

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Why 'Radical Candour' may be the key to being a successful leader

Kim Scott, a well-known CEO coach in Silicon Valley has written Radical Candour, a book that explains how managers can...

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Wins this week: Boots, Accenture, Carpetright

Campaign's weekly round-up of account moves across advertising and media in the UK.

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ASA stamps down on record number of ads in 2016

Almost 5,000 ads were changed or withdrawn in 2016 as a result of action from the Advertising Standards Authority and...

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Carlsberg reinvented as icon of Danish lifestyle in Mads Mikkelsen campaign

Carlsberg has hired Mads Mikkelsen, star of Casino Royale and TV series Hannibal, to feature in the lager brand's new...

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A view from Dave Trott: Sniffing out the problem

Every year, 4,000 people are killed by landmines.

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Case study: How 'This girl can' got 1.6 million women exercising
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"This girl can" was based on a powerful insight: that the fear of judgement by others is the primary barrier holding women back from participating in sport.

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