The UK’s marketing success story of 2015 was Sport England’s ‘This Girl Can’ campaign, which aims to make women of all ages and abilities more active. It won numerous awards at Cannes Lions 2015, including the much-trumpeted inaugural Glass Lion, celebrating advertising that promotes gender equality. The campaign, created with agency FCB Inferno, persuaded 1.6 […]
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Creative agency Adam&eveDDB has rejected the opportunity to repitch, having been a driving force behind the retailer’s iconic Christmas ad campaigns for over a decade.