The & Partnership London has been appointed as agency of record for HouseSimple, the online estate agent.
With Sir Martin Sorrell and Dale Gall off, you could argue that this hasn't been a vintage week for those of us who are small but perfectly formed.
J Walter Thompson London's 10-year grasp on the Kenco advertising account is in doubt after the Jacobs Douwe Egberts coffee brand put the agency on notice.
Saatchi & Saatchi London has named Sam Hawkey and Larissa Vince as its chief operating officer and managing director respectively.
Jo Coombs, the chief executive of OgilvyOne, is leaving the agency after 15 years.
Dale Gall, the group chief executive of MullenLowe London, is stepping down after just 18 months in the role.
The two agencies in this year's top 10 creative agencies to record the biggest proportionate rise in Nielsen billings in 2017 were Ogilvy & Mather London, which increased by 34.7%, and VCCP, up by 23.3%.
Last year brought launches, consolidations and rebrands among both advertising and media agencies. And below the regular billings leaders AMV and MediaCom, there was significant upheaval in the Nielsen rankings.
MediaCom extended its lead as the UK's largest media agency with Neilsen billings of £1.3bn in a year that also saw the number two placed agency OMD drop 22.1% to £773.4m.
With the Marketing Agencies Association collapsing and leading to redundancies, who is going to speak up for the little guys?
Staff at the Marketing Agencies Association have been told that they have been made redundant, after the trade body was put into receivership earlier this month.
The Marketing Agencies Association has been put into administration, placing its future into doubt.
Following Sir Martin Sorrell's departure, who could take up his role? Campaign identifies some possible runners and riders.
Jeremy Lee is touched by the statues installed on the roof of the ITV building by the Campaign Against Living Miserably to draw attention to the number of men committing suicide.
Adam & Eve/DDB's successful capture of the prestigious Camelot account shows the agency is still up for the fight.
Adam&Eve/DDB has won the £42m National Lottery advertising account after a competitive pitch.
The & Partnership London has picked up the full-service account for Secret Cinema, the specialists in immersive cinema experiences, following a competitive pitch process.
Grey London's joint chief creative officers Vicki Maguire and Caroline Pay encouraged those working in the ad industry to spend less time worrying about making mistakes and more time making them, as it was the only way that the industry would progress.
Jeremy Lee picks Uncommon's debut work for Ovo Energy.
The Moneysupermarket.com review and Marc Pritchard's intervention at ISBA Conference shows how blaming agencies is always the easy option.