Half-Term Reports 2013: Joint

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 Joint view the first six months of their year.

Score (self-awarded): 10

Number of staff: 15+

New business / billings: Not released

Summary of the year so far: "It's been a fun packed year so far. Blind Gate, the world's first online dating show filmed live at Heathrow and in LA, helped give Air New Zealand their best ever results on their London-LA route. (Our online travel series for their German business breaks soon.) The work we've done helping to reposition The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity is almost ready to meet the world. Meanwhile, the year we've spent preparing the launch of the UK's biggest new bank is about to bear fruit. Talking of launches, we're in pre-production on campaigns for a pan-European product reveal by a well known technology company, as well as the Autumn season for a major fashion retailer. And most importantly, we're loving every moment. (Hence our lavish, if foolhardy, 10 out 10.) "

Awards won so far in 2013: "The only piece of work we've entered for awards so far has been our own website, which pleasingly, has done rather well at the Webbys and the Lovies. "



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