Half Term Reports 2014: BMB

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2014, ahead of our School Reports for 2015. Here's how BMB view the first six months of their year.

Score (self-awarded): 6

Number of staff: 88

New business: £1.4 Million 

Summary of the year so far: "The re-birth of BMB has begun. And it’s gaining momentum. Over the last few months, we’ve won more creative awards than in the last few years. We’ve gained a new CEO in Juliet Haygarth and adopted a new culture of generous ideas and candour. We’ve written, produced and shot in-house for three different clients. We’ve produced four short films with an option to turn one into a feature film. We’ve tackled the issue of domestic violence during the World Cup and helped send the D-Day Veterans back to France 70 years after the Second World War. And more, much more than this. We’re having fun doing it. "

Awards won so far in 2014:

Cannes Lions

Silver, Film Lions for Thomson, "ogre"

Roses Creative Awards

Gold, Best TV Campaign for East Coast Trains

IPM Awards

Gold, Best Promotional Marketing, Food for Dairylea

Marketing Engage Award for Yorkshire Tea

Travel Marketing Awards

Travel Brand of the Year for Thomson

Retail Week Awards

Runner-up, Retail Campaign of the Year for AO.com

Pick of the Year: 

Lurpak, "adventure awaits" by Wieden + Kennedy London

Turkey of the Year: 

Oral-B, "smart toothpaste"

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