Naked is hanging out all over, it seems

Naked is hanging out all over, it seems.

Naked is hanging out all over, it seems. The recent news that the agency is in talks with Fallon over a joint venture brings the total number of Naked ventures, planned and extant – in the Diary’s estimation – to nine. There’ll soon be one on every corner. Rather like a certain coffee chain. So to help confused media types, here is how to tell whether you’re dealing with Naked or Starbucks: vNaked put sofas in major venues in five UK cities: Starbucks puts sofas in cafés in all cities. Everywhere. vNaked has or plans offices in five countries: Starbucks has the turnover of five countries. vNaked calls its offshoots things like ‘Naked Flame’ and ‘Naked Ambition’: Starbucks calls its offshoots ‘Starbucks’. vStarbucks has an outlet in Gatwick Airport: Naked has one in Clemmow Hornby Inge. vNaked set up an agency to compete with itself: actually, Starbucks’ branches are close enough together to compete with each other too, nowadays. Scrub that one. vAnd clients should be doubly careful with one particular Naked enterprise – if you’re looking for Naked’s Amsterdam office but end up sampling the local ‘coffee’ shops’ wares, your media plan might end up wackier than you bargained for…

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