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Adam & Eve/DDB rebranded its offices as Eve & Adam/DDB ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March.

In reply to the Financial Times Tweet "Britain’s 10 highest-paid bosses earn £120m", accompanied by this image of Sir Martin Sorrell, Tracey Follows (who left the WPP agency J Walter Thompson last year) made the loaded comment: "Yet stop others earning *anything* for months."

Omniwomen performed the Macarena with Strictly Come Dancing pros in a BT all-staff dance-off for Comic Relief. Omnicom raised £30,000 for the charity. Photo by Esub Miah.

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How easyJet transformed customer data into emotional anniversary stories
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1 How easyJet transformed customer data into emotional anniversary stories

To showcase innovation and good practice, Campaign is publishing the best case studies from the 2016 Marketing New Thinking Awards, held in association with Sky Media. EasyJet and Havas Helia triumphed in the Data Creativity category for their data-driven work on the airline's 20th anniversary.

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