Topic page for RGA London at Campaign UK

Campaign UK topic page, a collection of RGA London articles and analysis

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R/GA London plans Shoreditch move

R/GA London plans Shoreditch move

R/GA London is set to move to Shoreditch from its current location in Clerkenwell next year.

Google takes over Silicon Roundabout

Google takes over Silicon Roundabout

Google has launched a digital outdoor campaign at Silicon Roundabout in Old Street, London, featuring practical information for locals.

Digital leaders respond to Richard Costa D'sa's 2015 predictions

Digital leaders respond to Richard Costa D'sa's 2015 predictions

In Campaign last week Richard Costa D'sa, the managing director at Jam, made his predictions for digital agencies in 2015.

Google launches 2014 Zeitgeist video

Google launches 2014 Zeitgeist video

Robin Williams, the comic actor who took his own life in August, was the most popular Google search in 2014,

Baileys launches 'toasting' digital campaign

Baileys launches 'toasting' digital campaign

Bailey's has released a digital campaign featuring Daisy Lowe to complement its new "here's to us" position.

Heineken app answers the perennial question on a night out - @wherenext?

Heineken app answers the perennial question on a night out - @wherenext?

Wandering the streets of London or New York unsure where to head for a drink, meal or dance? Don't fret,

Heineken "@wherenext" by R/GA London
British Airways and Save the Children work win Gold Cyber Lions

British Airways and Save the Children work win Gold Cyber Lions

OgilvyOne's "magic of flying" campaign for British Airways has scooped both Gold and Silver Lions in the Cyber category.

R/GA London expands into Turkey with new-business director

R/GA London expands into Turkey with new-business director

R/GA London is expanding into Turkey and has hired a new-business director from one of its largest clients, Turkcell.

Google brings search outdoors in London pilot

Google brings search outdoors in London pilot

Google has brought its search technology to bus shelters and tube stations across London, in a bid to make residents