Half-Term Reports 2013: WCRS

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 WCRS view the first six months of their year.

Half-Term Reports 2013: WCRS

Score (self-awarded): 8

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Summary of the year so far: "Having fun. Creating work people care about. Winning some lovely new clients. Focusing on the pitches we really want to win has worked well so far with Westons Cider and Betfair choosing WCRS after pitches against top quality opposition. As a result we’re Number 4 on Campaign’s Business Performance League at the halfway stage. Most importantly, our creative work is working for our clients. We’ve been shortlisted for 14 effectiveness awards across seven different clients in the first half of the year. In-market success generates creative momentum and this has been further fuelled by accolades including Creative Circle Gold, Cannes Lions finalists and Creative Review’s Best-in-Book. We also found time to enjoy life, continuing the karaoke cult, creating a Desk Safari meme that travelled as far as Good Morning America and working with Pierce Brosnan, Robbie Williams, Al Pacino and the mighty Jeff Stelling. "

Awards won so far in 2013: "Awards include: - Creative Circle Awards, Gold, Digital Craft—Best use of new technology, Women's Aid: Blind Eye - British Arrows, Silver, Household Appliances, Maintenance and Services, Safestore: I will return - British Arrows, Bronze, New Advertiser to TV, Safestore: I will return - British Arrows, Bronze, Corporate,



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