Grey London has appointed Olivia Chalk as its first chief production officer to instil a "maker" culture at the agency.
Cider brand Aspall has appointed J. Walter Thompson London to be its first ad agency ahead of expansion plans.
Publicis London has appointed Adam & Eve/DDB's Dom Boyd as its chief strategy officer.
The average face of attendees at Advertising Week Europe this year is that of a young, white man, it has been revealed.
Coty has appointed Adam & Eve/DDB to be its lead global creative agency for Max Factor, ending Leo Burnett's 20-year relationship with the make-up brand.
The International Olympic Committee has appointed Publicis to handle its global brand campaign for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Grey London has hired Caroline Pay to run its creative department alongside Vicki Maguire.
Omnicom Group has announced that 48% of its UK senior management team is made up of women.
Publicis UK has restructured its management team, promoting Karen Buchanan to chairman and Nick Farnhill to chief executive of Publicis London.
Nils Leonard, former chairman and chief creative officer of Grey London, has called on the advertising industry to be more entrepreneurial, as he unveils his own coffee brand.
Dom Goldman, one of Grey London's executive creative directors, has left the agency.
Nils Leonard, the former chairman and chief creative officer of Grey London, has launched a coffee brand that aims to shake up the coffee capsule market.
Publicis Communications is merging its shopper marketing entities Arc, Vivid Brand and Saatchi & Saatchi X.
Last Sunday was the biggest advertising moment of the year in the US. Kate Magee brings us the lowdown on the event.
The Brooklyn Brothers has unveiled a new global management team, following its acquisition by Golin last year.
Gravity Road's Katie Lee is joining Sunshine as managing director.
Virgin Trains is set to appoint Anomaly to be its UK creative agency following a four-way pitch.
Adland has been warned "not to appease zealots because they will never be appeased," at today's Lead conference.
Our latest research reveals that, although ethnic diversity is improving at a junior level, the industry is still a long way from our target of 15% BAME employees in the top two tiers of creative and media agencies.
Adland's record on ethnic diversity has taken a step backwards in the past year, according to the latest research from Campaign and the IPA.