Isobel has taken on Ben Stump and Simon Findlater, creatives from CHI & Partners.
The Telegraph Media Group has reported pre-tax profit of £45.7 million for the 52 weeks to 28th December 2014, down from £57 million the year before.
Pizza Hut's spoof selfie stick warning video has taken the top spot in this week's chart.
Dentsu has acquired Publicis Groupe's shares in Dentsu Razorfish, turning the joint-venture company into a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dentsu Digital Holdings.
Pilgrims Choice cheese will launch its first TV ad for over two years on Monday, with a spot that uses a soundtrack chosen by viewers in a public vote.
Paddy Power has taken out an ad in today's Daily Star calling for Sepp Blatter to "f**k off already", following this week's Fifa bribery arrests.
Day eleven, book eleven. Kenko's book shows that a brand's most important task is to be remembered.
OgilvyOne has launched a research lab dedicated to helping their clients better understand their customers.
The latest Advertising Standards Authority ruling against Proctor & Gamble's Beauty Recommended vlogger content marks a new era for branded collaborations.
Church & Dwight, the US FMCG giant, has appointed BMB to launch its Batiste dry shampoo brand in the US online and through social media channels.
Sarah Bradley, a co-founder of The Art of New Business, which brings together marketers to weed out best practices, looks at why agencies are usually so bad at selling themselves.
Instagram, the photo sharing social media site, is rolling out its carousel ad platform globally to help brands be more creative and "push the boundaries" with their ads.
TMW Unlimited's Chris Pearce reflects on what yesterday's Queen's Speech will mean for the industry.
Chivas Regal, the whisky brand owned by Pernod Ricard, has handed its below-the-line business to Havas London from AnalogFolk without a pitch.
WWF, the conservation charity, has set up a creative roster for its fundraising campaigns after a review process.
The UK won two of only five coveted black Pencils to be presented at this year's D&AD Awards.
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Helly Hansen, the Norwegian outdoor and activewear brand, has appointed Grey London to its global creative account.
Kayak, the travel search engine, is reviewing its creative arrangements ahead of a planned UK campaign.
Turnbull & Asser, the luxury shirtmaker that has dressed James Bond, Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin, has appointed Poke to handle its global digital communications.
Grey London has made a series of senior management changes, promoting Bill Scott to UK group managing director and Natalie Graeme to managing director.
Royal Mail is speaking with creative agencies about a new brand campaign in the UK.
Nik Studzinski, one of the founders of Droga5's London office, is leaving the agency to become the chief creative officer at Karmarama.
Johnson Johnson has called a global review of its media planning and buying across its consumer, pharmaceutical and medical device businesses and brands. The review will not include North America. Group M s Primus, which sits within MEC, handles t...
Harveys, the furniture retailer, has handed its £20 million advertising business to McCann Manchester after a competitive review.
Drinks giant seeks creative shop for Baileys and Gordon's after splitting with BBH.
Nike has appointed R/GA London as the retained digital agency for its European football account and picked Dare to handle projects.
EasyProperty, the online estate agent that is part of Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou's easyGroup, has appointed The Red Brick Road as it prepares to expand into the residential sales market.
TV is enjoying a far stronger advertising year to date than had been predicted, with growth across all major advertising categories.
Northern & Shell, which publishes OK! Magazine and the Daily Express, has promoted Chris Kelly to head of print, replacing Jane Putley who is leaving in June to join News UK as head of news.
D&AD has released a free browser extension that filters out boring online ads and replaces them with award-winning work.
Day ten. Book ten. Walt Whitman shows marketers that ideals are nothing until demonstrated.
Internet ads received more complaints than TV ads for the first time in 2014, according to the annual report from the Advertising Standards Authority and the Committee of Advertising Practice.
Johnson & Johnson has called a global review of its media planning and buying business, putting GroupM's Primus on alert in the UK.
Douglas Quenqua, Campaign US's editor-in-chief, catches up with Alex Leikikh, the new chief executive of the Mullen Lowe Group, on why Lowe has finally found its American sweetheart.
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Transport for London is increasing the ad space available on its website as part of plans to grow revenue from its commercial estate.
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