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Mind your language in the Valleys

Marketing Week

The Welsh Language Board has launched a £10,000, year-long sponsorship programme with Tesco to promote the use of the language. As part of the initiative, packaging in Welsh Tesco’s will carry bilingual labelling and be sourced locally. Langua

Vodafone under ASA fire for ‘flirting’ ads

Marketing Week

Vodafone has had its knuckles rapped by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for using sexually gratuitous images in its press ads, following 19 complaints from the public. The ads, created by WCRS, use the tagline: “Get the flirting over with before you get home. Text.” One ad shows a couple on a stairwell, with the […]


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  1. Alfie Jones 1 Oct 2017

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