Half-Term Reports 2013: Creature London

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 Creature London view the first six months of their year.

Half-Term Reports 2013: Creature London

Score (self-awarded): 6

Number of staff: 20

New business / billings: £20m AOR + a bunch of projects

Summary of the year so far: "Rather busy. So far we’ve made some TV ads (one of which landed one of our young teams their first ever ‘Pick Of The Week’), a load of posters and print work, built a website and done a bunch of other digital stuff for Carling - on top of that, we’ve got a whole load of stuff ready to go out when the time is just right, and are already motoring on next year’s work... There’s also been stuff for Jordans, Ryvita and the Environmental Justice Foundation - and are deep in production on a bunch of others; as well as rehousing 60,000 angry bees. We’ve won a couple of pitches, some we can mention (ITSU), some we can’t (well, duh), and been called ‘enchanting’ by one of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs along the way. And we're waiting on a couple of other results, too. Bring on the next 6 months."

Awards won so far in 2013: "Nominated by the Design Museum for Designs Of The Year 2013 (Fashion - for I Want Muscle film)"

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