More turmoil at Ogilvy UK, while Mother ends Moneysupermarket.com campaign with a fitting spot.
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The shortlist for the annual awards has been revealed. Here are the campaigns that made the cut.
Ogilvy UK chief creative officer is following Emma de la Fosse, Charlie Rudd and Clare Donald out of the door as the fallout from its restructure continues.
When Campaign launched in 1968, it attracted a range of advertisers. Some of the brands still exist, some of the ads survive the test of time. And some do not.
The loss of Lidl shows TBWA\London is still a work in progress.
Matthew Heath has quit as chairman of Lida after 14 years in order to take a chief marketing officer position at an undisclosed client.
Ian Heartfield has been promoted from joint executive creative director to chief creative officer of Bartle Bogle Hegarty in a move that sees the other joint ECD, Anthony Austin, leave the agency.
Saatchi & Saatchi has won Betway's advertising account following a competitive review.
The independent agency founder has vowed to fight on after his business went into administration last week, forcing him to change direction yet again.
Y&R has reunited a trio of industry stalwarts, all once of Leo Burnett, in the hope that the proven chemistry between them will bring about a reversal of fortune at the agency.
Duke London, the agency launched by former Grey exec Neil Hughston, has been placed into administration, with plans to relaunch it under a new moniker.
The recent furore over Maxine Peak being paid for an NHS recruitment ad merely highlights the fact that the institution needs to pack a more powerful punch in its advertising.
Resisting the double entendres is futile with this joyous spot from 4Creative.
Barnaby Dawe, the former global chief marketing officer at Just Eat, has reemerged as the chief customer officer at Pret A Manger.
Older readers may remember Mowbli, Carphone Warehouse's cutesy Nokia-style mobile phone mascot with arms and legs and a character of his own.
While the loss of Charlie Rudd and Clare Donald, half of the gang that turned around Ogilvy & Mather, is likely to be unsettling for Ogilvy UK's staff, it won't be fatal for the business.
Charlie Rudd, the chief client officer at Ogilvy UK and the former chief executive of Ogilvy & Mather, has quit the agency less than three months after a restructure that saw the O&M brand disappear.
The & Partnership took out an ad in the business pages of a national newspaper promoting its services during this time of upheaval. But why don't more agencies do the same?
It's five years since the Mackintosh Medal was last handed out. So what makes latest recipient Tess Alps so special?