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'Intensely exciting' Coral ad banned over risk to problem gamblers

Ad watchdog worried by racing spot’s effect on vulnerable betting addicts.

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Movers and Shakers: MediaMonks, BMB, Pablo, Instagram, AMV BBDO, Merkle, easyJet and more

Welcome to Campaign's weekly round-up of the hires, departures and promotions across the industry.

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Pablo unveils four creative hires from Mother

The two creative teams have previously worked on brands including KFC and Ikea.

Group photo of new hires Jack Snell, Ben Rutherford, Bryony Barker, Jack Waters, Amber van de Sande and Will Boehm

BMB boosts team with recruits from MullenLowe Group, VCCP, BBH and more

The creative agency has reported a 27% increase in headcount since the end of 2021.

The class of The Barn 2021/2022

From Watford to Soho: a year in the BBH Barn

Bartle Bogle Hegarty London nabbed Tony Cullingham, former leader of The Watford Advertising Course, to head up the revamp of

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The gender pay gap: beyond the data

Annual government data tells a story about agencies’ approach to women in the workplace, but it isn’t always the full

BBH: 'We want you to come here and have the best time of your life'

As the agency celebrates its fortieth year and following a change of guard at the top, Bartle Bogle Hegarty's current

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'BBH is like Jack Nicholson – maverick but establishment'

Bartle Bogle Hegarty, the self-styled 'black sheep' of adland, now in its 40th year, has made some of the most

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Private View: Netflix, Wild, Ribena, Boots, HSBC and more

Creative chiefs review the latest work.

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Caroline Pay to leave Headspace

The meditation app’s chief creative officer will depart in July.