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  • last seen in a Samsung VR ad by Leo Burnett a couple of years ago has been signed up by Engine to become the brand mascot for the Eurostar rail service between the UK and Europe. It's a clever concept,
  • name K advertising before being absorbed into Saatchi London. Later, ad agency Cliff Freeman and direct marketer Kobs & Draft were sold to management. (Kobs & Draft became DraftDirect, and later DraftFCB)
  • 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'
  • absorbed any existing marketing services satellites of Leo Burnett, and in some cases other brands within the wider Publicis Groupe as well. Bob Raidt is global CEO of Arc. Soche Picard was named as North
  • Leo Burnett Middle East is behind this charming moral tale which supports the bank's Exchanger volunteer programme in UAE. Don't keep your hands stuck in your own pockets - reach out and offer some help
  • Publicis-controlled Leo Burnett is also one of Samsung's main global agencies. Such a deal could cost Publicis between $550 and $600m. The group is already well on course to deliver the worst organic
  • Buonaguidi left the agency in 2014 and is now CCO of CP&B London, though he remained a shareholder. He commented "Accenture know their shit, they have a great business, and strong relationships, but they
  • so Publicis London's chief executive Nick Fairhill will now report to Publicis Groupe UK country manager Annette King. Another departing executive is Rosie Arnold, the former BBH creative leader, currently
  • So what next? Well, it's over to you, Grey London... Another swansong: AMV BBDO's parting shot for Sainsbury's was the last of the Big UK Retail Christmas specials to be unveiled. Nice to see it goes
  • BBH NY has tended to live in the shadow of its London parent until now. This fine work suggests that might change. There's more than a touch of Southern Comfort's "Whatever's Comfortable" campaign to

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