Half Term Reports 2014: Stack

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 Stack view the first six months of their year.

  • Ernest Jones by Stack

    Ernest Jones by Stack

  • Nivea Men by Stack

    Nivea Men by Stack

  • Pevgeot by Stack

    Pevgeot by Stack

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score (self-awarded): 6

Number of staff: 69

New business / billings: Not supplied

Summary of the year so far: "The year started with a bang thanks to our rebrand as Stack, which cements our positioning as working with the full marketing ‘stack’ - creativity, technology and data. We continued to produce high impact, innovative creative work, such as our augmented reality app, "Top Tips" for Peugeot, which allows drivers to scan parts of their cars for instructional videos and advice. Jamie Redknapp’s Grass Roots Roundup for Nivea Men and our Canon "#whateverhappens" campaign. We also boosted our strategic and client service offering, hiring Donald Cameron as our new strategy director and promoting Rod Jones to the role of client service director. We parted with McCain’s digital but earned ourselves a coveted place on the BBC Digital Roster. We picked up Two Cocks Brewery and started work with The Trussell Trust’s foodbanks. We were also proud to win an Epica for our "Man of the Match" campaign for Nivea. A strong start for the new agency, with plenty more to come in 2014."

Awards won so far in 2014: 

Epica:

Nivea Men - Man of the Match

IPM:

Dixons - Christmas Activity

Pick of the Year: Beats by Dr Dre "The Game before the Game" by R/GA.

Turkey of the Year: Go Compare by Fold7







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