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  • In the US, Leo Burnett captured the Serta mattresses account after almost two decades at Doner. Snack chip marketer Popchips named London agency 18 Feet & Rising as its new global creative shop. In the
  • most recently in Leo Burnett London's campaign for McDonald's coffee) but that doesn't make this any less funny. These were just four of the great ads we saw this week. Remember that you can now see
  • the group's existing Health For Brands outpost in London under the new name of Havas SO. Leo Burnett regained a position on the US McDonald's creative roster with the capture of the fast-feeder's $100m
  • while Leo Burnett lost Australian retail chain Big W to an inhouse creative team. In other account assignments, there were two big transfers of media accounts between WPP and Omnicom. In the UK, Sainsbury'
  • McDonald's and Leo Burnett London pulled a rather more heartfelt mother and son spot in which a boy asks his mother about his deceased father, hoping to find similarities between them. In most ways, though,
  • or digital services, but we haven't yet seen Leo Burnett lose a major creative pitch to a the likes of Accenture or PwC. However, admittedly, all it would take for the competition to become explicit would
  • the remaining duties held by the local outpost of Leo Burnett. The latter lost its hold on the North American McDonald's account last year to DDB's We Are Unlimited. In EU markets, TBWA's Heimat took
  • Kennedy London, CP&B and Dare with the aim of making work that is "talked about in the pub by people outside the industry". Their first major campaign looks set to do just that. Spectacular stuff. Here'
  • As Leo Burnett knows all too well, one sure-fire way to sell a brand to tech-savvy millennials is to put a few babies in it. And a dinosaur of course. In a big nod towards Brexit worries, Adam&Eve DDB'
  • most attention today is this charming fantasy from Leo Burnett for the Gear VR system. Seems that even an ostrich can fly with the Gear VR. (The S8 has some nice ads too but they're a lot more straightforward.

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