Social photos of the week

Adam & Eve/DDB rebranded its offices as Eve & Adam/DDB ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March.

In reply to the Financial Times Tweet "Britain’s 10 highest-paid bosses earn £120m", accompanied by this image of Sir Martin Sorrell, Tracey Follows (who left the WPP agency J Walter Thompson last year) made the loaded comment: "Yet stop others earning *anything* for months."

Omniwomen performed the Macarena with Strictly Come Dancing pros in a BT all-staff dance-off for Comic Relief. Omnicom raised £30,000 for the charity. Photo by Esub Miah.

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