Review recap: HTC, RAC, Tyrrells

A global pitch for smartphone maker HTC's new smartphone model is in the offing, as are UK ad accounts for roadside repair service RAC and online bingo brand Jackpotjoy.

RAC: 'Don't let winter catch you out' by BBH
RAC: 'Don't let winter catch you out' by BBH

HTC, the Taiwanese tech company, is looking for an ad agency to create a global campaign for the launch of a new smartphone next year. There is no incumbent for the project-based pitch. 

RAC is reviewing and has held pitches this month with agencies for its advertising account. Forever Beta, Grey London, Lucky Generals and VCCP are understood to have taken part. Incumbent Bartle Bogle Hegarty London has held the account since 2012 but has not repitched for the business.

Tyrrells is looking for a UK-based lead digital agency to work on its online customer experience and social media. There is no incumbent, and Creativebrief is running the review.

Jackpotjoy, the online bingo brand,  is on the hunt for an agency to handle both its creative strategy and communications. Oystercatchers is handling the process and is contacting shops with a request for information. The brand wants to appoint an agency in early 2017.

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