McCann Erickson has created a poster campaign for Refuge, a domestic violence charity. The campaign, which uses the strapline: ‘Don’t Ignore It’ will be rolled out on the London Underground next month.
Ofcom’s stance on advertising food to children remains ambiguous, despite what the papers said.
Billetts has bolstered its UK management line-up with new directors Rob Hill, Donna Malone and David Collins. In addition it has appointed dedicated heads of media, with Andy Smith head of television, Ian Crick head of press, Rob Hill head of radio, and Steve Sims head of outdoor.
Newhaven, the Edinburgh-based agency, has created a cinema commercial for Tennent’s to highlight key music events sponsored by the lager brand.
More than 20 CMOs and senior marketers have been selected to join the EMEA Fellowship Programme, which aims to prepare marketing leaders for the transition into CEO or similar roles.
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WhatsApp is aiming to highlight the fact it holds user privacy in high regards and show how its service actually works as it launches its first global campaign.
Walkers is behind April’s most effective ad campaign, winning over the public by tapping into “unspoken behaviour” and scoring high on both long and short-term effectiveness measures, according to The Works study.