Amy Gravelle

Tribal Worldwide hires Jonathan Lovatt-Young to lead UX
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Tribal Worldwide hires Jonathan Lovatt-Young to lead UX

Tribal Worldwide has hired Jonathan Lovatt-Young, the digital customer experience lead at Accenture, in the new role of head of service and experience design.

A&E/DDB hires Dare's Hirst for planning role
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A&E/DDB hires Dare's Hirst for planning role

Adam & Eve/DDB has hired Nick Hirst, the joint head of planning at Dare, as the planning partner.

Report exposes UK/US salary gap
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Report exposes UK/US salary gap

Digital agency executives in North America were paid over 40 per cent more than those in Europe in 2013, according to a global salary report.

Aesop hires creative directors Matt Pam and Simon Hipwell
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Aesop hires creative directors Matt Pam and Simon Hipwell

Matt Pam and Simon Hipwell, the former BETC London and M&C Saatchi creatives, have joined the integrated agency Aesop as creative directors.

Moma hires The Red Brick Road and The Village Communications
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Moma hires The Red Brick Road and The Village Communications

Moma, the breakfast brand, has appointed The Red Brick Road and The Village Communications to promote its healthy eating credentials.

JCDecaux to trade on audience data for new SmartScreen
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JCDecaux to trade on audience data for new SmartScreen

JCDecaux has unveiled SmartScreen, its new data-driven digital network of six-sheet screens, which will launch across 400 Tesco stores nationwide on 7 April.

Instagram signs $40m ad deal with Omnicom
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Instagram signs $40m ad deal with Omnicom

Instagram has signed its first major ad deal with a media agency group, a commitment from Omnicom to spend up to $40 million (£24.1 million) a year in the US.

IPA's 2014 Women of Tomorrow competition winners revealed
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IPA's 2014 Women of Tomorrow competition winners revealed

Leo Burnett, Carat, Ogilvy & Mather and Yahoo executives have emerged among the winners of the 2014 Women of Tomorrow competition, an initiative from the IPA and Campaign to find female industry leaders of the future.

Dreams appoints BBD Perfect Storm
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Dreams appoints BBD Perfect Storm

Dreams, the bed specialist, has appointed BBD Perfect Storm as its new creative agency.

Starcom MediaVest wins spice brand's multi-million euro account
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Starcom MediaVest wins spice brand's multi-million euro account

McCormick, the spices and herbs manufacturer, has handed Starcom MediaVest Group its media and digital account across 11 EMEA markets.

AA partners with BBC's Robert Peston Speakers for Schools
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AA partners with BBC's Robert Peston Speakers for Schools

The Advertising Association has partnered with the BBC's Robert Peston to challenge business leaders from top UK agencies, brands and media owners to become Speakers for Schools.

TV ad revenues up 3.5% to record high
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TV ad revenues up 3.5% to record high

TV advertising revenue in the UK increased 3.5 per cent in 2013, reaching a record high of £4.63 billion, according to Thinkbox figures provided by UK commercial TV broadcasters.

Halifax releases 'holiday dad' campaign
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Halifax releases 'holiday dad' campaign

Halifax has continued its witty campaign strategy with "holiday dad", a new spot highlighting its brand values of rewarding customers who give extra.

Cadbury wants customers to feel 'part of the story' with Dairy Milk Ritz campaign
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Cadbury wants customers to feel 'part of the story' with Dairy Milk Ritz campaign

Cadbury is looking to push its "joy" brand message with the launch of a £7.5m communications campaign for its Dairy Milk Ritz and Lu chocolate bars.

Wembley Stadium signs up EE as first 'lead brand partner'
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Wembley Stadium signs up EE as first 'lead brand partner'

Wembley Stadium has announced a six-year deal with EE to make the mobile brand its first "lead brand partner", as it hopes to become the "most connected" stadium in the world.

ASA censures e-cigarette brand VIP after more than 1,000 complaints
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ASA censures e-cigarette brand VIP after more than 1,000 complaints

A set of TV ads for VIP Electronic Cigarettes have been investigated because of their raunchy nature, with the Advertising Standards Authority deeming them unsuitable for broadcast before 11pm.

SEAT and Mango seek designers for city car creative challenge
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SEAT and Mango seek designers for city car creative challenge

SEAT is partnering with Talenthouse, a networking platform for artists and creatives, to give emerging design talent an opportunity to create accessories for its special-edition SEAT Mii by Mango model.

Can big data turn today's marketers into tomorrow's data-empowered CEOs?
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Can big data turn today's marketers into tomorrow's data-empowered CEOs?

Big data is now seen as a critical tool for enhancing chief marketing officers' skills, putting them in pole position to be promoted to the boardroom, according to a new report.

Top 12 superfans from Google, Starbucks to Barbie: brand advocate or embarrassment?
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Top 12 superfans from Google, Starbucks to Barbie: brand advocate or embarrassment?

The memory of a coffee obsessive was honored last week when she was buried in a Costa-branded coffin. Meanwhile, a 38-year-old Barbie wannabe revealed that her countless surgeries to look more like the plastic doll weren't enough - she's now undergoing hypnotherapy to make her ditzy to truly become Barbie.

Toshiba dials up astronomy theme with sponsorship of C4's 'Live from Space' shows
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Toshiba dials up astronomy theme with sponsorship of C4's 'Live from Space' shows

Toshiba is partnering with Channel 4's 'Live from Space' content strand, which aims to give unprecedented access to Nasa and a personal insight into an astronaut's life.