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I Like Driving In My Car.
- or; What Will Jezza Do Next?
The rights and wrongs of Clarkson-gate to one side, his ‘moving on’ raises some interesting questions about the relative strength of media brands in the 21st Century.
THE GREAT LEAP BACKWARDS
In 1957, a billion Chinese were going hungry.
Mao Zedong couldnât admit this was because of the failings of his communist agricultural policies.
The reason must be something else.
He heard that sparrows were eating lots of grain.
THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAIL
Lindsey Stone had a joke going with a friend on Facebook.
They used to post cheeky, irreverent photos of themselves challenging authority.
If they saw a NO SMOKING sign theyâd take a picture standing next to it with a cigarette.
Judi James: The Importance of First Impressions
On 10th March, we had the pleasure of welcoming body language and behaviour expert Judi James to host the latest in our Tuesday Club Talk series at the Posterscope London HQ.
CLARKSON REPLACEMENT FOUND!
To convince the BBC to hire Alan Partridge as the new host of Top Gear.
It is the work of the brilliant campaigner (and creative) Sophie KnoxÂ at Adam & Eve/DDB.
NABS Centurions nominations open for 2015
Now in its third year, the NABS Centurions Award, set up in NABSâ centenary year seeks to reward the industryâs unsung heroes, is now open to nominations. Placing extraordinary strength of character, team building and remarkably infectious enthusiasm at the centre of the initiative, the NABS Centurions Awards looks to crown the industryâs unsung heroes.
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- Senior Account Manager Purple Consultancy £30000 - £35000 per annum, London
- Senior Consultant, international branding agency in London £70k Gabriele Skelton £50000 - £70000 per annum, London
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