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28 May 2015

  • 08:47AM
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Chivas appoints Havas London for digital campaigns

Chivas appoints Havas London for digital campaigns

Chivas Regal, the whisky brand owned by Pernod Ricard, has handed its below-the-line business to Havas London from AnalogFolk without a pitch.

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R/GA and Dare win Nike football brief

R/GA and Dare win Nike football brief

Nike has appointed R/GA London as the retained digital agency for its European football account and picked Dare to handle projects.

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Royal Mail calls pitch for brand campaign

Royal Mail calls pitch for brand campaign

Royal Mail is speaking with creative agencies about a new brand campaign in the UK.

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McCann Manchester lands £20m Harveys

McCann Manchester lands £20m Harveys

Harveys, the furniture retailer, has handed its £20 million advertising business to McCann Manchester after a competitive review.

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Diageo opens agency talks

Diageo opens agency talks

Drinks giant seeks creative shop for Baileys and Gordon's after splitting with BBH.

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EasyProperty hires TRBR for UK expansion

EasyProperty hires TRBR for UK expansion

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.

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Grey London lands global Helly Hansen account

Grey London lands global Helly Hansen account

Helly Hansen, the Norwegian outdoor and activewear brand, has appointed Grey London to its global creative account.

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Agencies line up as Kayak reviews creative business

Agencies line up as Kayak reviews creative business

Kayak, the travel search engine, is reviewing its creative arrangements ahead of a planned UK campaign.

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Studzinski takes Karmarama role

Studzinski takes Karmarama role

Nik Studzinski, one of the founders of Droga5's London office, is leaving the agency to become the chief creative officer at Karmarama.

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Turnbull & Asser appoints Poke to global digital business

Turnbull & Asser appoints Poke to global digital business

Turnbull & Asser, the luxury shirtmaker that has dressed James Bond, Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin, has appointed Poke to handle its global digital communications.

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TV revenues look set to outstrip predictions

TV revenues look set to outstrip predictions

TV is enjoying a far stronger advertising year to date than had been predicted, with growth across all major advertising categories.

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Scott to become Grey UK group MD

Scott to become Grey UK group MD

Grey London has made a series of senior management changes, promoting Bill Scott to UK group managing director and Natalie Graeme to managing director.

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WWF adds six shops to fundraising roster

WWF adds six shops to fundraising roster

WWF, the conservation charity, has set up a creative roster for its fundraising campaigns after a review process.

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UK creative agencies take the honours at D&AD Awards

UK creative agencies take the honours at D&AD Awards

The UK won two of only five coveted black Pencils to be presented at this year's D&AD Awards.

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Brands set to benefit from evolving agencies

Brands set to benefit from evolving agencies

Clients are the ultimate winners as media agencies recruit talent to extend their scope of work, Angus Peterson writes.

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Is ad-blocking on mobile a threat to the industry?

Is ad-blocking on mobile a threat to the industry?

As Adblock Plus rolls out its first mobile browser, will it hold back advertisers' efforts in this arena? By Gurjit Degun.

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The sun goes down on Hayes' time at News UK

The sun goes down on Hayes' time at News UK

Does the exit of News UK's commercial managing director, Paul Hayes, suggest the publisher of The Times and The Sun is knee-deep in the brown stuff?

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Route's 'Mary Meeker' study reignites debate

Route's 'Mary Meeker' study reignites debate

Do the findings, which suggest some media get more than their fair share of adspend, bear scrutiny? By Arif Durrani.

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Unflappable Hickey plans to keep Maxus on track

Unflappable Hickey plans to keep Maxus on track

The media shop's new managing director brings a reputation for calm to a fast-growing agency at a critical moment, Gurjit Degun writes.

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Who needs an ad agency?

Who needs an ad agency?

Giffgaff's unconventional collaborative ethos is being extended to its advertising arrangements, Kate Magee discovers.

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Some tips on how to write the best job application

Some tips on how to write the best job application

"I'd really like to work in advertising. Can you help me get a job?" As the summer milk round kicks off, requests from graduates will begin to escalate. Years ago, Dave Trott wrote a guide, "How to get a job in advertising", which includes the memorable advice ...

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Why brands should care about Generation Katniss

Why brands should care about Generation Katniss

Advertisers looking to reach the current crop of iconoclastic teenagers should appeal to their desire to stand out from the crowd, demonstrate communitarian credentials and strive to make a transparent, real-world impact, Kate Magee writes.

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Joining the Motherhood

Joining the Motherhood

Michael Wall isn't just taking the role of global chief executive at Mother, he's joining the family - becoming the first new partner in 16 years. Claire Beale talks to him and the co-founder Robert Saville about Mother's independence and ambitions.

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