Lucky Generals lands Absolut strategic brief

Lucky Generals has won a place on Pernod Ricard's global roster after a pitch.

Lucky Generals: hired for strategy
Lucky Generals: hired for strategy

The start-up – launched by the former MCBD and Dare trio of Helen Calcraft, Danny Brooke-Taylor and Andy Nairn – has initially been hired to work on a strategic project for the drinks division.

The appointment is part of a trend that has seen Pernod Ricard shift some of its ad accounts away from network agencies and into creative "hotshops". In December last year, Sid Lee replaced TBWA Worldwide as the global creative lead on Absolut.

TBWA had worked on the brand for decades and created the print campaign that centred on its distinctive bottle. Pernod Ricard also works with Publicis.

Last month, Pernod Ricard shifted its £7 million UK media business out of Vizeum into Havas Media.

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