Half-Term Reports 2013: 18 Feet & Rising

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2013, ahead of our School Reports for 2014. Here's how 18 Feet & Rising view the first six months of their year.

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Score (self-awarded): 7

Number of staff: 35

New business / billings: £6m/£41m

Summary of the year so far: Won Nandos and Kopparberg. And lots of new work. For Nationwide, a new world made of intricately hand-cut paper. A bum that talks and fills cracks for Polycell. 'I Oakleaf' special places for the National Trust. A wolf, forrest and fruit happenings for Kopparberg. A crying shed in need of Cuprinol. Another wolf, more trees and adventures for young explorers with Early Rider bikes. Promoted propaganda for the British Library's exhibition on power and persuasion. And staged the World's first improvised ad break - live - for newcomer Kabuto Noodles. A first half of contradictions: mature, polarising, intellectual, populist, effective, experimental, lots of kids and outdoors.

Awards won so far in 2013: None entered.

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