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It’s no good – you’ll have to put us out of our misery. What is the rather alarming photograph of in the middle of page 6? Is it animal, vegetable or mineral? I’ve phoned the AXA press office and they don’t know. Go on – solve our problem. Moyra Rose GMG Endemol Entertainment London WC1B […]

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Imagination, the design and communications consultancy, has been appointed to design and produce Land Rover’s global auto show exhibition stands. The agency handles all of Ford’s other brands.

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Grey has created a £500,000 outdoor campaign, including ads on London taxis, for shopping portal ShopSmart.com, with media through MediaCom TMB.

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